Why is such an innovative company (Nintendo) so slow to use its innovation skills to reduce the use of conflict minerals?
Let’s explore some of the flaws of our current Capitalist system and begin to imagine what a sustainable society would look like.
Canadian Survey on Sustainability: Good at Cost Reductions but Huge Opportunity for Innovative Thinking
GTReportLeadImage A large scale study by OfficeMax Grand & Toy comparing Canadian companies to their world peers finds Canada leads in capturing cost reduction from sustainability initiatives but lags global leaders in driving profitability through collaboration.
Whose responsibility is it to ensure safe working conditions? The company, the consumer or perhaps – BOTH.
Can consumer be expected to carry the burden of workers conditions alone? It has to be a shared responsibility.
Who's responsible? It's a complex issue...we want to do the right thing but it gets confusing when you add dollars and cents to the equation. Sorry about the commercial before the interview.. ...
It’s not just Peak Oil; It’s Peak Everything: The Business Case for Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR)
Some industry giants are getting scared that virgin materials for packaging their products are going the way of the Dodo – and they’re putting their hopes into recycling.
As you’re likely aware, the Benefit Corporation and B Corporation movement is growing rapidly. In discussing the technicalities of the legal entity and certification, sometimes the purpose and rationale for...
The Guardian reports that GBP300m was wiped off Tesco's market value in the days following the news last week that frozen beefburgers, advertised as 100 percent beef, contained 29 percent horse DNA. Some also c...