Supply Chains

Interview: Jon Khoo, Innovation Partner, Interface

Conference Recording, (Nov 20, 2018)

Delivering smart, clean and agile delivery systems

Conference Recording, (Nov 16, 2018)

New human rights ranking shows most firms have barely left the starting line

Phil Bloomer, (Nov 11, 2018)

Phil Bloomer of the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre assesses the results of the 2018 Corporate Human Rights Benchmark and finds that while there has been welcome progress among a small group of leaders, the vast majority of companies are content to under-perform

How technology can shine a light on murky supply chains

Eva-Maria Dimitriadis, (Nov 8, 2018)

Eva-Maria Dimitriadis of C5 Accelerate says online platforms are helping African smallholder farmers get a fairer deal for their produce by keeping them free of the taint of corruption

Final countdown for forests in the magazine

Terry Slavin, (Nov 2, 2018)

In the November issue of Ethical Corporation we assess progress on corporate zero deforestation commitments as the clock ticks down to 2020, and how the healthcare sector is stepping up efforts to meet the Sustainable Development Goals

Deadline 2020: ‘We won’t end deforestation through certification schemes,' brands admit

Terry Slavin, (Nov 1, 2018)

With hundreds of companies having failed to act on commitments to be deforestation-free by 2020, Mars Inc is leading Consumer Goods Forum’s work on developing credible new paths to clean up their supply chains

Why satellite surveillance isn’t enough to turn the tide on deforestation

Giles Crosse, (Oct 30, 2018)

Giles Crosse looks at UN efforts to remove the barriers that have prevented the plethora of remote sensing tools now available to bring about change on the ground

Why deforestation-free cocoa and palm oil are so elusive

Eduardo Tugendhat, (Oct 30, 2018)

Eduardo Tugendhat, director of thought leadership at Palladium, says sustainable supply chains can only be achieved if farm and rural worker households have a clear pathway out of poverty

Fightback against deforestation in Africa focuses on small farmers

Eric Marx, (Oct 29, 2018)

Eric Marx looks at how initiatives such as AFR100 and the Cocoa & Forests Initiative in Ghana and Côte D’Ivoire are tackling land tenure issues, food insecurity and poverty to try to stop rampant deforestation

Sowing more sustainable soy production in Brazil's Cerrado region

Mark Hillsdon, (Oct 29, 2018)

Mark Hillsdon reports on how the Consumer Goods Forum is trying to replicate the success of the Amazon soy moratorium, halting deforestation by making more productive use of already degraded land

Six takeaways from Responsible Supply Chain Summit Europe 2018

Mike Scott, (Oct 15, 2018)

Circular approaches to plastic waste, renewable energy procurement, and moving beyond audits to address human rights risks were highlights during last week’s thought-provoking conference in London, which focused on solutions to some of companies’ greatest challenges

How Darian McBain brought about a sea change in sustainable fishing

Oliver Balch, (Oct 6, 2018)

Oliver Balch interviews the head of sustainability at Thai Union, who is winner of Ethical Corporation’s Business Leader of the Year award

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