Podcasts

Date
UK sustainable agriculture, what's the role for big business in 2010? David Wilkinson, director of European agriculture of PepsiCo, discusses the company's new ambitious UK carbon and water reduction targets Oct 21, 2010
"Urgent need for collaboration" in UK sustainable farming The UK corporate, NGO and farming community needs to work together much more effectively on sustainability, argues Charles Secrett, one of Britain's leading environmental experts in a new podcast Oct 20, 2010
China, pirates and the oil supply chain, podcast with Sam Chambers Sam Chambers, co-author of a new book on oil transportation, China and greener shipping, speaks with Toby Webb about China's supply risks, tankers, pirates and the lack of green agenda in the country Sep 28, 2010
Podcast with Nikolay Pryanishnikov, President, Microsoft Russia Toby Webb speaks with Nikolay Pryanishnikov, boss of Microsoft Russia, on how the sustainability and corporate ethics agenda is developing in the country, and how other companies can learn from Microsoft's experiences in Russia Sep 22, 2010
Chinese companies and CSR in 2010: Podcast with Sam Lee Sam Lee, CEO of InnoCSR, speaks with Toby Webb on how Chinese companies view the CSR agenda today Sep 21, 2010
The myth of the ethical consumer - a podcast with Timothy Devinney Toby Webb interviews the author of a new book on the complexities of selling ethical products to the mass market Sep 21, 2010
Ghana podcast 3: Kuapa Kokoo, fair trade and Ghana's cocoa farmers Emmanuel Arthur, the executive director of Kuapa Kokoo Farmers Union (KKFU), tells the story of how Ghana's largest farmer co-operative came about, fair trade in cocoa farming, and what the future holds for expansion Sep 19, 2010
Interface: The case for environmental product declarations Ramon Arratia, sustainability director EMEA for IntefaceFLOR, discusses why his company has created a campaign to promote the idea of complete environmental product declations for products in the B2B sector Sep 15, 2010
China podcast: Newsweek's Duncan Hewitt on labour unrest and manufacturing Ethical Corporation’s China Editor Paul French talks with Newsweek’s Shanghai correspondent Duncan Hewitt about the big issues in Chinese factories, manufacturing and labour relations Sep 13, 2010
CSR and philantrophy in China - A podcast with the 'Charitarian' Paul French talks to the co-founder and editor of The Charitarian Magazine, Clare Pearson, a lawyer specialising in CR and based in Beijing Sep 12, 2010
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