Beauty giant Sephora is responding to climate change by taking a hard look at where emissions and waste can be eliminated from their supply chain.
Risky and unethical practices continue to plague the cobalt mines of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Companies are running from the problem – do they have a responsibility to solve it?
Climate change is poised to halve the arable land available to grow coffee by 2050; meanwhile, demand for coffee in the United States continues to grow rapidly. In 30 years, will Starbucks have enough coffee beans to meet demand? What actions is the company taking to mitigate supply risk and to help slow down the impact of climate change globally?
Climate change is forcing fast fashion retailers like Primark to confront the environmental implications of their supply chain.
Beloved by nature enthusiasts and urban dwellers alike, Patagonia is an outdoor clothing and gear designer founded in the early 1970’s. Since its inception, Patagonia has a legacy of environmental and social responsibility that has been codified in its mission […]
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How one large multinational is walking the talk in regards to its position on climate change.
Can McDonald's France deliver on their commitment to reduce their Greenhouses Gases emissions by 2020 without compromising their state-of-the-art logistical operations ? Could this effort to reduce their carbon footprint actually be an opportunity to run better operations ?
In the face of climate change, limited fossil fuel resources and fragile fuel trade agreements, it is clear that the way the world ‘does’ energy has to change. Whilst there are many moral and ethical reasons that businesses should seek to reduce their energy consumption and emissions, the course of business history tells us that few companies will actually do this unless the decision to do so is also financially attractive.
Enter XL Hybrids.
“For nearly 40 years, Patagonia has prided itself on selling high-quality, high-performance outdoor apparel to dirt bags.”