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FedEx 2016 Global Citizenship Report review: Delivers, but the packaging could be improved

Elaine Cohen, (May 22, 2016)

The global logistics company is doing well on the environment, but needs to do a better job backing up its claims of positive impact

Ikea Group 2015 Sustainability Report Review: Going all-in

Elaine Cohen, (Feb 15, 2016)

The furnishings giant demonstrates sustainability leadership

Tetra Pak 2015 Sustainability Report Review: Suspect packaging

EC Newsdesk, (Feb 15, 2016)

Carton giant Tetra Pak has much to be proud of, but fails to package its sustainability story as well as it should

McDonald’s 2014 CSR report review: It’s not easy being good

April Streeter, (Nov 19, 2015)

McDonald’s 2014 CSR report, entitled “Good Business” shows just how hard it is to be ‘good’

MillerCoors 2015 Sustainability Report Review: Bold, flavourful, light

Sophia Ingram, (Nov 19, 2015)

Managing both its carbon and water footprints and increasing female leadership are just some of MillerCoors's many worthwhile initiatives

PepsiCo 2014 sustainability report review: Needs more pep

Elaine Cohen, (Oct 14, 2015)

Soft drinks giant PepsiCo is an established sustainability reporter. In its latest report it could go further on the ‘purpose’ part of its strategy and say more on the role of its products in society

PVH 2014 CSR report review: Fashion faux pas

Simon Propper, (Sep 15, 2015)

Clothing giant should dare to wear more heart on its sleeve

Natura 2014 annual report review: Cosmetic difficulties?

April Streeter, (Sep 15, 2015)

The latest report by Brazil’s Natura comes in a strange two-part structure, and the company must start moving towards its ambitious goals if it wishes to remain a sustainability leader

Unilever human rights report 2015 review: The first lever

April Streeter, (Aug 17, 2015)

A new report on human rights from Unilever sets high standards for other multinationals to follow and shows the hard work required to make progress on human rights

Nestlé sustainability report 2014 review: Heavy on the stomach, but nutritious

Aarti Ramachandran, (Aug 4, 2015)

Nestlé satisfies its audience's appetite for data

Bel Group 2014 CSR report review: Going the extra smile

Robbie Lock, (Jul 15, 2015)

Bel’s Sharing Smiles CSR programme is advanced but could have been stretched further in 2014

Kering environmental profit and loss report 2013 review: Luxury reporting

Elaine Cohen, (Jul 15, 2015)

Clothing and luxury goods giant Kering has gone to great lengths to put a financial value on its environmental impacts, and although question marks remain, it is an impressive effort

Puma Annual Sustainability Report 2014 review: Puma misses the podium

Phoebe Hayes, (Jun 8, 2015)

Puma says it wants to go “forever faster”. But its sustainability reporting looks too tired to win any races

Apple Environmental Progress Report 2015 review: How green the Apple?

April Streeter, (Jun 8, 2015)

Apple has won plaudits for its sustainability initiatives, but its environmental reporting is selective and short on measurable targets

Kellogg's 2014 Corporate Responsibility Report review: Food for thought

Elaine Cohen, (May 6, 2015)

Breakfast cereals giant Kellogg’s offers an appetising serving of sustainability in its latest report, though materiality and a few other ingredients are missing

Target Corporation 2013 corporate responsibility report review: Nearly on target

Celine M. Suarez, (May 6, 2015)

Target’s value chain story is a novel and successful approach to reporting, but the retailer should be brave enough to address critical voices

Keurig Green Mountain sustainability report 2014 review: A brewing problem

April Streeter, (Apr 9, 2015)

Keurig Green Mountain has a history of disrupting the market for growth. Can it disrupt its own success to grow sustainably?

Thomas Cook Group 2014 sustainability report review: Transforming for a better future: Year 2

Pete Statham, (Apr 8, 2015)

Holiday giant Thomas Cook is serious about sustainability, but its rather sunny report needs to tackle the issues more directly and deeply

Hyatt 2013-2014 Corporate Responsibility Report review: On the Spartan side

Katherine Hand, (Mar 4, 2015)

Aspects of hotel group Hyatt’s latest report are refreshing and commendable. But those strengths need to be applied more comprehensively

Juventus 2014 Corporate Responsibility Report review: Good start, but where’s the cheering?

Elaine Cohen, (Mar 4, 2015)

Juventus confronts the most sensitive issues affecting the club and its stakeholders, but it fails to highlight the positive potential of its business, players and fans