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Long-term strategy improves business performance - news

By Vikas Vij — Having the ability to envision the company’s future is a critical element of successful corporate leadership. Setting bold, long-term goals allows a company to move...

New call for sustainable sourcing of palm oil - news

By Brian Collett — An international group of scientists, food manufacturers, nutritionists, NGOs and policymakers has urged all farmers to produce palm oil in an environmentally...

Chiswick Park’s “Enjoy-Work” offices and Minds @ Work program support wellbeing - news

by Adam Woodhall — Workplace wellbeing is rapidly moving up the agenda of business, government and civic society.  It is now seen as not only the right thing to do, but it also has a...

Food giants unite to tackle European food waste - news

With a value chain wide approach, from the field to the plate, Ardo, McCain, PepsiCo, SCA, Sodexo, Unilever Food Solutions and WWF have joined forces and their expertise to fight against food...

DJSI 2015 recognises world's top sustainability performers - news

Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) has been named in the 2015 Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI), the first time the company has been listed. The DJSI, reviewed annually by the S&P Dow...

CGF booklet demonstrates successful climate change actions - news

Chief executives of some of the world’s largest companies have shared how they are successfully tackling climate change in a new booklet from the Consumer Goods Forum (CGF). The...

CEOs share positive climate change actions to inspire others - news

Chief executives of some of the world's largest companies have shared how they are successfully tackling climate change in a new booklet from the Consumer Goods Forum (CGF). The booklet...

Collectively.org aims to galvanise millenials - news

Some of the world’s biggest corporations have combined with the London-based NGO Forum for the Future to bring together businesses and customers to co-operate on sustainable living....

Big brands top new global responsible business league - news

Coca-Cola, Microsoft, Samsung, Tata, Unilever and Nestlé top the list of the world’s most responsible companies based on a new global survey of Aspirational consumers by BBMG and...

Carbon spotlight falls on food giants - news

The ‘Big 10’ food and drink companies together emit more greenhouse gases than Scandinavia and, if they were an individual country, would rank as the 25th most polluting, a new...

Carbon spotlight falls on Kellogg and General Mills - news

The 'Big 10' food and drink companies together emit more greenhouse gases than Scandinavia and, if they were an individual country, would rank as the 25th most polluting, a new report...

Taking a systems-based approach to sustainability - news

Everyone knows it. Some of us pretend we don’t, others bury their heads in the sand and ignore it, and some even deny it and say that everything is fine. But really, when push comes to...

Uren takes top spot at Forum for the Future - news

Sally Uren has stepped up as chief executive of Forum for the Future, the sustainability non-profit organisation where she was previously deputy chief executive. The Forum says Uren will...

Earth Institute develops carbon footprint tool - news

A Facebook-inspired tool that can rapidly calculate the carbon footprint of thousands of products simultaneously has been unveiled by researchers at Columbia University’s Earth Institute...

Fury over 'supersize' drinks ban - news

The US drinks industry is suing  New York mayor Michael Bloomberg’s administration over its ban on the sale of ‘supersized’ cartons of sodas and sugary drinks. The...

European countries lead way in sustainability - news

European companies ‘are ahead of the pack’ on sustainability, according to the latest annual Sustainability Yearbook published by KMPG and Sustainable Asset Management (SAM). Firms...

Best Foot Forward to reduce supply chain complexities - news

Best Foot Forward has launched a ‘Product Portfolio Footprinting’ service that aims to analyse quickly and comprehensively complex supply chains across thousands of different...

Supply chain carbon cuts begin to deliver rewards - news

Businesses that are getting to grips with carbon management in their supply chains are beginning to see returns on their investment, according to the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP). The...

Food firms still don't have a grip on sourcing - news

The weak point of the food industry remains working conditions and problems in sourcing raw materials, according to a new sustainability study by Bank Sarasin. The bank, which is a large...

Food giant raises it sights - news

One of the world’s largest food companies has announced ‘more aggressive’ sustainability goals up to 2015, despite having failed to achieve some of its recent targets....

Corporates warn that green bank will need £4-6bn - news

UK government plans to set up a Green Investment Bank will need to be backed up with at least £4billion (€4.5bn, $6.3bn) over the next four years, a group of big businesses, NGOs and...

Pakistan relief comes up short - news

Businesses have donated significantly less to the Pakistan flood relief effort than to other recent natural disasters, and have seen their contributions dwarfed by individuals and governments....

Revealed: favoured NGO partners of CSR heads - news

WWF and Forum for the Future are the partners of choice for British CSR directors when they want corporate responsibility advice from non-governmental organizations, a new analysis has...

Labelling scheme suspended - news

A nutritional ‘green tick’ labelling system in the US has been disrupted after a controversy over potentially misleading information and the withdrawal of support by a number of large food brands....

Pepsi puts CSR into new plant - news

PepsiCo, one of the world’s largest beverage and food companies, has opened its first overseas ‘green’ plant in China. The plant, in the western city of Chongqing, is the...

Food firms fortify products - news

A number of food companies are to collaborate on providing products fortified with vitamins and other nutrients for developing countries. Businesses including Unilever, PepsiCo, and the...

Signs emerge of tougher times for stateside CSR - news

The head of corporate responsibility at US packaging company Meadwestvaco has been made redundant, apparently as a result of recession-related cutbacks. Barbara McCutchan, director of...

Climate change request receives muted response - news

Only a quarter of companies that supply goods to multinationals have responded to a request for climate change data on their activities. The companies, including many small- and...

Multinationals pledge to be ethical leaders - news

Seventeen companies with a combined turnover of $1trillion (£737billion) have become founder members of a new body on business ethics. Firms that join the US-based Business Ethics...

Carbon standard unveiled - news

A government-backed standard has been created to show businesses how to consistently measure the carbon footprint of their products. PAS 2050, drawn up by BSI British Standards, the Carbon...

Pepsi steps up Asian water commitment - news

Pepsi’s charitable arm has announced major new grants to provide access to safe water and sanitation for people in rural areas of Bangladesh and India. The grants, totalling $7.6...

Cross-sector coalition will target obesity - news

British companies for whom obesity is a corporate responsibility issue have come together to help the government promote healthier lifestyles. Food and beverage, retail, advertising, fitness...

water mandate lowers its recruitment horizons - news

A programme that encourages the chief executives of large companies to manage their water resources more effectively is scaling down its push for signatories. The UN Global Compact says it is...

European food firms on top - news

Danone, Nestlé and Unilever are the best large food companies at addressing health concerns. An analysis of ten of the world’s largest listed food businesses by the JPMorgan bank and the asset...

Food and drink firms make water their new priority - news

Leading food and drink makers have signed a collective agreement to cut their water use in the UK, providing further evidence that the issue is now a key corporate responsibility concern....

sustainable business? not without women at the top - news

The gender imbalance at board level is weakening corporate leadership, argues Alison Maitland A sense of crisis again surrounds business leadership, with a substantial number of chief...

business itching to start talks on social goals for 2015 - news

The world’s third largest mining company has urged the United Nations to bring together companies, governments and civil society for an urgent review of progress towards the UN millennium...

Pepsi and Coca-Cola join forces in India - news

The drinks rivals PepsiCo and Coca-Cola are working on a scientific method of testing pesticide residues in beverages and other products in India. A recent report has said both companies’ drinks...

inbrief - news

The world’s biggest food and drinks companies have only ‘limited’ systems to manage the risks posed by increasing obesity, according to Ethical Investment Research Services. Its study of six large...

soft drinks firms sign code aimed at fighting obesity - news

European soft drinks manufacturers have for the first time jointly agreed voluntary measures to tackle obesity among young people. Members of the Union of European Beverages Associations...

inbrief - news

Esso UK, an affiliate of ExxonMobil, has signed up to a pilot supplier diversity programme based at De Montfort University. Esso said it had joined the programme, which already has BT, IBM and...

business needs to open new frontier for the poor - news

The corporate response to the tsunami disaster was heartening, but it highlighted the need for concerted action to help developing nations, says Jem Bendell The Indian Ocean tsunami was...

food firms begin to move on obesity - news

United Biscuits, the UK group with a £1.3billion ($2.4bn) turnover, is to encourage its European staff to tackle obesity. The company, which is owned by an international consortium called...

food firms act on obesity - news

Food and drinks companies are likely to face further reputational pressure next month when the World Health Organization announces its plans to tackle the spread of...

inbrief - news

Pepsico shareholders in the United States have defeated a move to ban use of sweeteners derived from genetically altered corn in the company's soft drinks. The resolution,...

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PE INTERNATIONAL brings over 20 years experience in product and corporate sustainability. We are leading contributors to the development of new standards such as the GHG protocol and the CDP and...

Ethical Corporation’s 7th Responsible Business Awards are Back! - reports

Ethical Corporation launches its 7th annual Responsible Business Awards today with the entry deadline on the 6th July 2016.

PepsiCo Releases 2013 Sustainability and GRI Reports - reports

PepsiCo, the global food and beverage company with brands like Frito-Lay, Pepsi-Cola, Quaker and Tropicana, has released its 2013 Corporate Sustainability and Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)...

The CR Reporting and Communications Summit - calendar

If you work in CSR and sustainability, then you already know how critical your CSR report is, right? And that the right communication strategy to get across your sustainability efforts is...

Some interesting reading for a Tuesday - reports

How to embed CSR in 2011 - reports

Ethical Corporation’s 10th Annual Responsible Business Summit 2011 - calendar

Now in its 10th year, the Responsible Business Summit is the biggest and most comprehensive 2-day event on leadership in corporate responsibility. The 60+ speaker roster has never looked so good,...

Ethical Corporation’s Water & Business Conference - calendar

It’s official. The issue of water sustainability has gone global and big businesses have to face it. No less than 99% of the Sustainability Heads surveyed in a recent Ethical Corp report consider...

Major Summit on Corporate Responsibility: Transforming to a Sustainable Business - calendar

This Major Summit on Corporate Responsibility is a one day event presenting leading edge and inspirational thinking from the world’s largest, most innovative companies and practical workshops on...

Green Retail 2009 - calendar

Green Retail UK 09’ returns with the definitive programme to help retailers tackle climate change. Once again, it will bring together the biggest environment-conscious retailers in the UK, and will...

PepsiCo UK and Ireland publishes Environmental Sustainability Report - reports

PepsiCo UK and Ireland (PIUK), the company behind brands such as Tropicana, Walkers and Quaker, has published its first Environmental Sustainability Report.

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