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‘Companies can no longer ignore deforestation risk. Consumers want bold action, and now'

Morgan Gillespy, (Aug 20, 2019)

With forestry and agriculture responsible for around 23% of net man-made greenhouse gas emissions, there's an urgent need for companies to come clean about their relationship with the land, says Morgan Gillespy of CDP

‘Now companies can finally be held to account for their no-deforestation commitments’

Morgan Gillespy, (Jun 12, 2019)

CDP’s Morgan Gillespy and Rainforest Alliance’s Leah Samberg argue that the new Accountability Framework, launched this week by a coalition of civil society partners, will close the ‘accountability loop’ that has prevented more than 500 companies from making real progress on removing deforestation from commodity supply chains

How China’s appetite for meat is putting forests at increasing risk

Morgan Gillespy, (Jun 3, 2019)

CDP's Morgan Gillespy argues that Chinese banks, which have otherwise made strong progress on green finance, have a blindspot over deforestation risk. Amid uncertainties over US-China trade war, the risks related to soy are set to deepen

Press Release: President, CDP North America, joins Responsible Business Summit West 2019

Ed Long, (May 30, 2019)

Bruno Sarda, President, CDP North America to join #RBSWEST in October [9-10]

CSR Cheat Sheet: California dominates climate A list of cities

Oliver Balch, (May 13, 2019)

In his monthly sustainability news round-up, Oliver Balch reports on CDP’s first ranking of cities, the damning case against hydropower, and how millennials want employers to act more responsibly

Virginie Helias: P&G’s ocean plastic bottles ‘only the beginning’ of war on plastic

Terry Slavin, (May 1, 2019)

Updated: The chief sustainability officer of Procter & Gamble tells Terry Slavin how the world’s biggest consumer plans to end packaging waste by 2030. The article has been updated to include a response from Greenpeace

With 12 years to save the planet can business step up to a 1.5C world?

Terry Slavin, (Feb 28, 2019)

From carbon capture to blockchain; Climate Action 100+ to Science Based Targets and the Green New Deal, the March issue of Ethical Corporation magazine assesses how the corporate world is responding to the challenge of radical decarbonisation

‘We can only achieve a 1.5C world if science and business work together’

Alberto Carrillo Pineda, (Feb 28, 2019)

CDP’s Alberto Carrillo Pineda explains why the Science Based Targets initiative is releasing new technical assistance to help its 500+ signatories decarbonise further and faster

Unilever, Danone, L'Oréal and Nestlé leading on tackling climate risk, says CDP

Terry Slavin, (Feb 27, 2019)

Terry Slavin reports on the leaders and laggards in CDP's first investor research report on the fast-moving consumer goods sector

CDP names 120 leading firms for engaging suppliers on climate

Terry Slavin, (Feb 7, 2019)

World’s biggest businesses cut CO2 equal to South Korea’s emissions from their supply chains last year, according to the disclosure platform, which also added AstraZeneca, Coca-Cola European Partners, Diageo and LG Innotek to its A list for action on water risk. Terry Slavin reports

CSR Cheat Sheet: ESG investors turn up heat on BlackRock

Oliver Balch, (Feb 6, 2019)

FAIRR calls for fast-food companies to cut climate risk; extreme weather concerns take centre stage at Davos; Canary Wharf, Marks & Spencer, and Nestlé latest companies to join war on plastic in Oliver Balch’s latest sustainability news roundup

Firmenich and L’Oréal get triple A scores as CDP raises bar in climate risk reporting

Terry Slavin and Nadine Hawa, (Jan 22, 2019)

Terry Slavin reports on how Unilever secured only one A in 2018 after CDP revamped its methodology to be more demanding, particularly on water risk

Who is connecting the drops on climate change?

Terry Slavin, (Nov 30, 2018)

As COP24 climate negotiations open in Katowice Poland, we publish our latest issue, which focuses on how companies are responding to the growing threat to water security from our warming planet

Rising water risk pushes companies to seek higher ground in collaboration

Mark Hillsdon, (Nov 28, 2018)

Mark Hillsdon reports on how the growing need to protect a shared resource that is under critical threat is leading to innovative new partnerships

New alignment project seeks to ‘cut the clutter’ in sustainability reporting

Richard Howitt, (Nov 6, 2018)

Richard Howitt of the International Integrated Reporting Council on today’s launch of an important new phase towards harmonising the ‘alphabet’s soup’ of corporate sustainability reporting standards

Machine makers 'beginning to step up to global warming challenge'

Carole Ferguson, (Aug 13, 2018)

Carole Ferguson of CDP says Schneider Electric, Mitsubishi Electric, Vestas and Siemens are among the capital goods firms that are contributing most to the low-carbon transition

‘Brands will need to think far beyond their own operations if we are to keep below 2C'

Dexter Galvin, (Feb 13, 2018)

Dexter Galvin of CDP says companies like Ajinomoto, Kellogg’s, and BT are trailblazers in engaging their suppliers in the battle against climate change

Tim Mohin: ‘The world doesn’t need more CSR reports’

Terry Slavin, (Feb 4, 2018)

The new GRI chief talks to Ethical Corporation’s editor Terry Slavin about how to make sustainability reporting more relevant for investors and CEOs

Report review: Plastics and gender equality big wins for P&G

Claire Manuel, (Feb 2, 2018)

Claire Manuel runs an eye over Procter & Gamble’s weighty 2017 Citizenship Report

Report review: Climate A-lister Tetra Pak links reporting with SDGs

Claire Manuel, (Dec 1, 2017)

The packaging giant has adopted the GRI framework for its latest sustainability report, aligning performance to how it is addressing nine of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. But slow progress on its goal of doubling recycling rates by 2020 has prompted it to adopt new metrics

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