Supply Chains

Management Interview: Inke van der Sluijis - RSPO

Conference Recording, (Nov 14, 2019)

Climate Action Keynote: Adopting a Restorative Strategy

Conference Recording, (Nov 13, 2019)

Reaping the gender dividend to make food systems more sustainable

Manuel Kiewisch, (Sep 12, 2019)

Empowering women is key to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals and improving conditions in agricultural supply chains. But what does it mean in practice? Manuel Kiewisch of Mondelēz International shares lessons from the consumer goods company’s Cocoa Life programme

Mario Abreu, Vice President of Sustainability at Tetra Pak shares his ideas on key trends ahead of the Transform Summit

Brenda Staines, (Sep 3, 2019)

As part of the knowledge exchange in the build-up to this year’s Transform Summit, Mario Abreu, Vice President of Sustainability at Tetra Pak share his ideas on key trends ahead of the event

Focus on human rights: how brands are tackling modern slavery and the refugee crisis

Terry Slavin, (Aug 8, 2019)

In the August issue of Ethical Corporation we take an in-depth look at the challenges companies are facing addressing forced labour in their supply chains, highlight some of the leaders in reporting on human rights impacts, and report on how businesses are helping address the global refugee crisis

‘Do we need a Paris Agreement on social issues to get companies to take them seriously?’

Mike Scott, (Aug 6, 2019)

With transparency on human rights lagging climate change in corporate reporting, Mike Scott looks at the rising reputational, legal and brand risks, and some of the companies that are leading the way

‘If Boris Johnson wants a global Britain he needs to get serious about ending modern slavery’

Phil Bloomer, (Aug 6, 2019)

Phil Bloomer of the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre hopes that the new prime minister will restore UK leadership with more robust legislation

‘Even leading supermarkets are far from ending human rights abuses in their supply chains’

Monica Romis, (Aug 6, 2019)

Oxfam’s Monica Romis explains the findings of the charity’s latest Supermarket Scorecard on human rights, which gave Tesco top place among 16 of Europe's biggest supermarkets

‘We know most global companies have modern slavery in their supply chains’

Katherine Steiner-Dicks, (Aug 6, 2019)

Katherine Steiner-Dicks reports on growing calls for major reforms to the UK’s Modern Slavery Act

Empower suppliers to help deliver new climate goals

Conference Recording, (Aug 5, 2019)

Circular innovations across all areas of the business

Conference Recording, (Jul 5, 2019)