Sarah LaBrecque reports on nascent efforts by farmers and food brands including General Mills, Unilever, PepsiCo and Nestle to turn the tide on decades of destructive industrialised agriculture in the U.S.
In the latest issue of The Sustainable Business Review, Mike Scott looks at the implications of the Inflation Reduction Act, Angeli Mehta hears calls for more honest dialogue with citizens on climate action, Oliver Balch interviews Thomas Maddox of CDP and we have guest columns from Mindy Lubber and Rachel Kyte
Despite pledges to end deforestation, 11 million hectares of tree cover are lost each year. CDP's Thomas Maddox tells Oliver Balch why he thinks developments on reporting on forest risk could help reverse the loss
In the summer issue of The Ethical Corporation magazine we assess the challenges for the travel sector in meeting its promise to get onto a more sustainable flightpath as it zooms back to life after COVID 19
Analysis: Despite all the net-zero rhetoric, Bill Gates’s ‘guilty pleasure’ is shared by increasing numbers of executives. Terry Slavin weighs up the claims from some that this most climate-damaging form of transport can be compatible with net-zero
With sustainable aviation fuels still more than a decade away from being widely available, the sector is also focusing on efficiency improvements in the air and on ground and electrification, reports Mike Scott