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  • Bridgestone Invites More Partners to Implement Sustainable, Responsible Practices

    Bridgestone Invites More Partners to Implement Sustainable, Responsible Practices

    “Additionally, Bridgestone has partnered with leading sustainability ratings provider EcoVadis to identify suppliers that uphold best practices in environmental, social and ethical performance...

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  • How the Cocoa Industry Can and Must Change to Tackle the Climate Crisis

    How the Cocoa Industry Can and Must Change to Tackle the Climate Crisis

    Ceres’ new Investor Brief on Cocoa identifies three key challenges posed to the cocoa industry by shifting social and environmental conditions, and the actions companies can take today to mitigate...

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  • How Singapore’s biggest supermarket player plans to unpack the packaging waste issue

    How Singapore’s biggest supermarket player plans to unpack the packaging waste issue

    This is the first step towards an extended producer responsibility (EPR) framework for packaging waste that the Singapore aims to roll out by 2025. It will require companies to take responsibility...

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  • Sustainability concerns are growing. But can companies make products that consumers can afford?

    Sustainability concerns are growing. But can companies make products that consumers can afford?

    The desire to switch to lifestyles with gentler environmental impacts is on the rise. But as the pandemic slims down wallets, firms must offer lower prices to inspire responsible consumption,...

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  • Public faith in sustainability reports is rising globally—but more than half of people still don't trust company claims

    Public faith in sustainability reports is rising globally—but more than half of people still don't trust company claims

    Trust in sustainability reports is gradually increasing, according to a study by GRI and GlobeScan. Faith in corporate reporting is much higher in Asia than in the West.A survey of 27,000 people...

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  • IFAs urged to build ESG questions into fact finds

    IFAs urged to build ESG questions into fact finds

    A NextWealth study finds that 78 per cent of advisers include information about ESG, ethical, impact or sustainable investing as part of their know your client process.The same proportion agree...

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  • Against human rights: Germany mulls law to fight labour abuses abroad

    Against human rights: Germany mulls law to fight labour abuses abroad

    When German carmakers seek cobalt from Congolese mines or when a chocolatier sources cocoa beans from Ghana, they may soon no longer be able to hide behind their suppliers if it turns out that the...

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  • German Confectionery Industry calls for uniform regulation of all supply chains

    German Confectionery Industry calls for uniform regulation of all supply chains

    The Federal Association of the German Confectionery Industry (BDSI) has called for a uniform European approach to supply chain standards saying that in some countries where raw materials are...

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  • European Commission Launches Roadmap for Sustainable Products Initiative

    European Commission Launches Roadmap for Sustainable Products Initiative

    The European Commission (Commission) released the roadmap for its Sustainable Products Initiative (Initiative) – an ambitious new vision for legislative reform that will establish minimum...

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