Inditex, the world’s largest fashion retailer, pioneered the fast-fashion business model with its streamlined, agile supply chain operations. But can it disrupt the industry to counteract the hidden costs of its impact on climate change?
The jeans made by Levi Strauss & Co. are known for their high quality and durability. However, they are facing a major threat from an unlikely opponent, climate change. Can Levi’s protect their prized product from this threat?
Tyson Foods’ supply chain is under pressure – are they doing enough to control costs and drive innovation?
The essay explores steps taken by the Canadian oil sands company Suncor Energy to address climate change concerns in an environment of churn in terms of politics, oil prices and pipeline approvals. It also questions whether there are other industries that need the same amount of scrutiny as the tar sands has received.
The largest consumer packaged goods company in the world has aggressive goals to reduce climate change.
How General Mills is addressing climate change.
Does UPS’ current model of business inherently conflict with its sustainability goals?
Dean Foods, America's largest processor of milk, is directly dependent on government controlled prices for raw milk. Does this expose Dean to financial pressures due to climate change?
Population growth, climate changes and limited natural resources have challenged agricultural production to grow and become more efficient. Despite Syngenta’s efforts in developing integrated solutions to increase productivity, little attention has been given to synthetic fertilizers and herbicides. These chemicals incur in high emissions of nitrous oxide, a greenhouse gas 300 times stronger than carbon dioxide . Would the $54 billion  crop protection market opportunity be misleading Syngenta’s priorities?