Unilever whose supply chain has been significantly impacted by climate change has commendable initiatives lined up to fight the climate change battle.
H&M has committed to operate a more environmentally sustainable fast fashion business, but as climate change looms over the complex supply chain of apparel production, are these efforts enough?
One of the largest agrochemicals businesses wants to address one of the toughest challenges in our generation: feeding the growing world population in a sustainable way.
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"Climate change is no longer some far-off problem; it is happening here, it is happening now." -Barack Obama
Intel believes climate change presents a serious threat and is working to address this concern in the short, medium and long term.
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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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