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In September 2013 the UK Government issued an action plan entitled “Good Business Implementing the UN Guiding Principles on Business […]

Last week the global Stop the Traffik and Finance against Trafficking teams met in Rio, congregating in a convent at […]

It was whilst buying safety lights for my bike that I was reminded to do the second blog in this […]

Whilst it is is commendable that the UK Government is considering implementing an Act to increase the transparency of private […]

At the Sustainable Supply Chain Summit, hosted by Ethical Corporation two weeks ago, participants and speakers alike highlighted some of […]

With the Sustainable Supply Chain Summit having taken place last week, it seems particularly apt to turn our attention back […]

Question 2: Should Government encourage more sector-specific initiatives and, if so, how might it do that? Do different sectors need […]

CLT envirolaw response. Question 1: What more could Government do to encourage a greater number of companies to adopt internationally […]

The Companies Act 2006 (Strategic and Directors’ Report) The Companies Act 2006 regulations came into force on 1st October 2013, […]

In a recent webinar on understanding the new GRI G4 standard, speaker Elaine Cohen referred to the ‘black hole’ that […]

On October the 17th 2013 Finance against Trafficking (FAT): will be holding its 3rd annual conference on business and […]

The business case for sustainability. UBM Live’s third stakeholder forum held in London today was a very informative. There were […]

People before profit. This new ambitious Act requires certain public authorities to take into account, the social and environmental value […]

What Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) information are investors analysing?

Companies often equate general due diligence with the Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) processes. Until recently, and probably only still in […]