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Antarctic fishing proposals scuppered, supply chain fire safety and the mega costs of food waste
Russia’s heavy-handed treatment of activists protesting against Arctic drilling looks to have set the tone for this new battleground
There are signs that the football businesses of a number of countries are finally starting to pay attention to social responsibility and sustainability
Extractive companies regularly find themselves embroiled in human rights conflicts. Colombian mining giant Cerrejón is taking steps to minimise its impact
China’s trade with Africa is big business. The Chinese government has so far led efforts to build good relations with host countries, and it is now time to put the ‘corporate’ into corporate responsibility, says Paul French
Toby Webb asks about sustainability progress, leadership, innovation and employee engagement at Coca-Cola Enterprises
Ethical Corporation’s Jeni Bauser Yaghoubi speaks to Prof John Ruggie at the recent UN Global Compact Leaders Summit.
Beyond the Millennium Development Goals: Business as usual not an option
The Global Compact and the Principles for Responsible Investment are looking to gather examples of where companies have tried to mitigate the...
Everyone’s frantic for a piece of the newly reformed Burma, not least its neighbour China, says Paul French, China editor
The most progressive European companies are moving towards sustainability being central to their business models, but the best ideas don’t...