Water has multiple implications for human development and national security. It can have devastating effects on agriculture, drinking water, and global health.
In the U.S. and around the world, a growing number of environmentalists and clothing industry executives say it’s time to end the wasteful clothing culture.
59 percent of North Americans take the time to donate their reusable items to thrift stores or charities to make sure their much-loved belongings go to good use.
Modern supply chains have become so long and complex that many electronics companies don’t actually know which substances are in all the parts they use in their products.
Central America is one of the biggest regions for cattle ranching in the world and all that beef has caused many countries, with Brazil being the primary leader, to tear down rainforests in a bid to meet the demand.
What kind of suppliers do we as a company want? Are we willing to pay more? And therefore, can we ask our customers to pay more?
Multinationals like Coca Cola and Interface are making public commitments to ramp up their sustainability efforts across the supply chain in response to escalating consumer pressure, the “compliance” squeeze and a desire to improve efficiency and reduce costs.