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L’Oréal first company to partner C40 cities on empowering women

Diana Rojas, (Mar 17, 2017)

The French cosmetics company pledges to help 10 cities mobilise women to lead the fight on climate change at Women4Climate conference in New York

People on the move - March 2017

Claire Manuel, (Mar 13, 2017)

The Global Impact Investing Network has appointed Mark Grier as its new board chair, Helen Clarkson is The Climate Group's new CEO

Tata partners with Natural Capital Coalition to drive sustainability goals

Martin Wright, (Feb 27, 2017)

The giant Indian conglomerate is working to value natural and social capital as it moves beyond materiality issues

Why it pays to go Dutch with suppliers

Andreas Rogal, (Feb 27, 2017)

The Netherlands and Germany are leading the way with multi-stakeholder covenants to tackle human rights in the garment and finance industries

For B2G, you first need B2B

Claire Manuel, (Feb 27, 2017)

The Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Initiative, the Global e-Sustainability Initiative and ETI show how competitors can collaborate

Circling back to India's ‘make do and mend’ culture to cut emissions

Martin Wright, (Feb 27, 2017)

Shifting to a circular economy could cut the country's greenhouse gases by 44%, says The Ellen Macarthur Foundation

Beyond philanthropy to real impact

Martin Wright, (Feb 27, 2017)

Mahindra, Aditya Birla and Godrej are among the big Indian companies that have set out ambitious sustainability goals as part of their CSR strategies

CSR deconstructed: Biomimicry

Oliver Balch, (Feb 23, 2017)

Oliver Balch explains key topics in academic thinking and research on sustainability

People on the move - February 2017

EC Newsdesk, (Feb 16, 2017)

Marie Baumgarts new head of sustainability at Sweden's SEB, Helen Clarkson named CEO of The Climate Group

Sustainable business stands up to Trump

Terry Slavin, (Feb 3, 2017)

As an American Sustainable Business Council letter against the immigration ban attracts 140 signatures, companies say the new administration’s extreme policies have put them in a precarious position

Compass commits to cage-free eggs and cut food waste

Terry Slavin, (Feb 2, 2017)

Catering giant sets 2020 targets for 100% ethically sourced products and to source responsible palm oil

How RE100 helped HP put a sustainability stake in the ground

April Streeter, (Jan 24, 2017)

Making the commitment to 100% renewables in March 2016 gave employees in the new entity a sense of purpose

People on the move – January 2017

Claire Manuel, (Jan 20, 2017)

With thanks to Miriam Heale, Allen & York

Brexit means 'fix it'

Martin Wright, (Jan 20, 2017)

Companies have to listen to the roar of the left behind and tackle issues ordinary people care about, leading thinkers say

US companies refuse to be blown off course

April Streeter, (Jan 20, 2017)

With renewable energy booming and the B Corp movement burgeoning, America’s sustainability movement is determined to survive Trump

If we want to deliver the SDGs we have to think exponential

EC Newsdesk, (Jan 16, 2017)

John Elkington argues that the sustainability industry has to reinvent itself in this edited excerpt from a report for the Business and Sustainable Development Commission

‘Business has to be central to delivering the change we need’

Terry Slavin, (Jan 16, 2017)

CSR’s leading thinker, John Elkington, explains why he wasn't with global power brokers in Davos last week but in Germany seeing how Bayer spin-off Covestro is using CO2 in place of polymers

The top 10 issues for sustainability in 2016

Terry Slavin, (Dec 16, 2016)

US politics trumped Brexit in Ethical Corporation's review of the stories that had the greatest impact on companies in a turbulent year

People on the move – December 2016

Claire Manuel, (Dec 16, 2016)

With thanks to Miriam Heale, Allen & York

Report Review: FrieslandCampina skims over tough questions

Frances Owen, (Dec 16, 2016)

It will take more than some problematic poo power projects to tackle the dairy industry’s environmental issues