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This blog was first published on the Historic Futures website (see here). Historic Futures is an organisation that makes it […]

How is the private economy responding?

It is now widely recognised that: human rights impacts can affect a company’s reputation, disrupt its operations and even cause […]

Last week I co-presented with Catherine Warburton at her offices in Johannesburg about what the changes to ISO 14001 will […]

Today is about as hot as it usually is in the Highveld of South Africa. In my case the difference […]

First published in the Environmentalist: Buying with Confidence

My alarm clock went off – 4h30 am. What am I doing?  (!) was my immediate reaction, as I got […]

By Melissa Conway I recently had the pleasure of meeting CLT envirolaw’s Colleen Theron, along with Parosha Chandran and Matt […]

It was a great breakfast meeting; a meeting of minds on the many issues that challenge us as women professionally […]

A couple of weeks back Colleen and I attended an IEMA workshop on developments in environmental and sustainability standards. A […]

New class actions arising from Rana Plaza disaster. Its been two years since the collapse of Rana Plaza and those […]

Yesterday wasn’t just Election Day. It was also the day that the government consultation on the Transparency in Supply Chains […]

Whilst preparing for a meeting on Thursday involving a discussion with a company on sustainability and the law, I decided […]

First Published on Lexis Nexis In House here. On March 26, 2015 the Modern Slavery Bill received Royal Assent. A […]

Based on recommendations included in the report, ‘Building on the Modern Slavery Bill: Going Beyond Transparency’. Written by Adjoa Kwarteng, […]