- Sustainability platform RedE Tool is rolling out this month to suppliers in China. It was developed to be an industry mechanism, available to anyone and scalable everywhere.
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The fast-food giant pledges to phase deforestation out of U.S. operations' supply chains by 2016.
Data analytics, education and thoughtful incentives can help sharing apps play a much more significant role in driving sustainability.
Everyone from information scientists to CPAs comes together to build environmental apps, starting with brainstorming and ending with execution.
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BSR and Microsoft's Technology and Human Rights Center publish a working paper suggesting how ICT can involve users to improve human rights.
More than 80 percent of the chemical giant's portfolio has been evaluated for resource conservation and health and safety.
Corporate giants, government agencies and industry groups are creating smarter ways to secure every link in the supply chain.
By 2030, half the world's population may face water shortages. How can companies steer eaters to the foods that help save this precious resource?
Blind spots can make a board a danger to the company. Adopt these practices to see what the company needs to change to secure continuity of business.
The promise for an "Internet of Cities" can start with connecting the dots among buildings, utilities and beyond.