We’re disappointed to see so many companies simply ticking a compliance box, rather than engaging in genuine risk reduction.
We believe our goal should be a closed-loop supply chain, where products are built using only renewable resources or recycled material.
Why is such an innovative company (Nintendo) so slow to use its innovation skills to reduce the use of conflict minerals?
CSR stories of 2012 are really just mainstream stories – have we reached a tipping point? (Part two)
In Part Two of a two-part series, we look at corporate influence on the debt debate, Wal-Mart’s credibility woes, Superstorm Sandy’s disaster capitalism, and Chevron’s attack on shareholder activists.
Much has been written on these pages about Apple’s recent supply chain troubles. Less is known about the Chinese activists behind the scenes who fought to make this issue public and stop abuses towards Chine...
Sometimes it seems everything we buy is tarnished by guilt. Whether it's electronics from unsafe factories, clothes from oppressive sweatshops or coffee from the rainforest, we blame ourselves for our complicity in an unjust and unsustainable system.