In response to George Monbiot on natural capital, Tony Juniper argues nature is not an impediment to economic success, but an essential prerequisite for itI very much agree with George Monbiot that nature is beautiful, full of wonders and must be...
On the first anniversary of the fall of the Rana Plaza, have western suppliers learned their lesson?What does the Rana Plaza tragedy in Bangladesh in which 1,138 workers perished mean for those of us who are working to end modern-day slavery?
Burberry chief to take up new post next week, meaning she could forfeit shares worth £8m due to mature on 6 JuneBurberry chief executive Angela Ahrendts is to take up her new post as head of Apple's retail empire next week, raising the prospect...
A year since the Rana Plaza disaster exposed fashion industry failings, experts discuss how transparent supply chains can beCarry Somers, founder of Fashion Revolution Day, cites a recent Australian Fashion Report that found that 61% of brands...
In response to George Monbiot on natural capital, Tony Juniper argues nature is not an impediment to economic success, but an essential prerequisite for it
Veronique Zurcher's insight:
"Nature is not destroyed because it is not beautiful or wonderful to some people, but because many believe it must be sacrificed to achieve progress. Breaking that frame is at the top of the to-do list."
Unilever is using the new Greenlight Assessments iPad app from Muddy Boots Software to gain immediate access to sustainability progress from its suppliers. Greenlight offers a portable data-collection solution and enables companies to collaborate with its suppliers on any type of audit or assessment, allowing information to be shared both up and down the supply chain.
Consumers are sharing and consuming more data than ever before, and they'll expect 'conscious brands' to do the sameKnowledge of self, and of the world around us is one of the key informants of consumption behaviour.
Leading voices in fashion and business discuss the industrys social and environmental responsibility and solutions on the first anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh 11.32am BST There is absolutely no reason to...
Seven lessons from one of the world's biggest sustainable fashion events, from washing your clothes less often to building a capsule wardrobeNow in its third year, the Copenhagen fashion summit is one of the world's most important events on...
H&M, Zara and others are working to find alternative sources for viscose and nylon fabrics that endanger forestsLarge and globally recognized fashion brands are working to change their supply chain to avoid endangering forests.
As “natural capital,” “biodiversity” and “ecosystem services” are terms that are increasingly bandied about, a few questions are increasingly being whispered by corporate colleagues that are worth answering: Why are they relevant to business? How can companies integrate these issues into decision-making processes? When and where are they most readily applicable?
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