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I recently attended a talk by Professor Horatio Muir Watt at King’s University, who are running a series of events […]

2014 is almost gone. It has been quite a year – when people say that we wonder does ‘quite a […]

Last month I attended a breakfast conference looking at the influence of ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance considerations) on M&A […]

I presented a webinar today on this topic for the GACSO members. The main aim of the webinar was to […]

On ethical trade and sustainable supply chains

First published on SHP Online; part of series ‘Sustainability: it’s just good OSH’ Earlier this year I wrote a blog […]

Walking into a basement lecture room at SOAS took me right back to my days at UCL – when a […]

Written by Richard Hollins This is the first in a series of posts that will help you explain your company’s […]

Procurement is playing an increasingly strategic role as a lever for sustainable development and social and environmental responsibility. Greater regulation […]

IEMA held its annual conference on Wednesday last week. It was probably the most useful conference I have been to […]

Written by CustomMade. This contribution was first published here. Many of us make daily choices to try to live more […]

The United Nations (UN) Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights constitute a benchmark for companies on human rights performance […]

Written by Sean Blake The sports industry is a worldwide, multi-billion dollar machine that breeds success. But it can also […]

A leisure trip to Zurich recently left me thinking about packaging and household waste disposal and oddly enough it was […]

Written by Dr Haydn Davies, Birmingham City University The World Cup, Wimbledon, the Tour de France and the Commonwealth Games. […]