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Walmart's phaseout of toxic chemicals reached a milestone today.
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Shareowner resolution withdrawn after Kellogg's agrees to new sourcing policy and to respect human rights.
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Efforts to assess environmental issues in financial terms are starting to take off.
Apple's new Suppliers Responsibility Report has rocketed the company to the front of the class in the eyes of one of its longtime critics.
A new alliance among tea giants including Unilever and Tata Global Beverages aims to address climate and other threats.
Companies as diverse as Tiffany, Brilliant Earth and Kamoka Pearl are working to satisfy consumer demand for eco-friendly jewelry.
Companies want to remove toxic chemicals from their products, but as a group of businesses and nonprofits found, it's easier said than done.
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Companies with bad environmental records are increasingly turning to nonprofit TFT to make sure they clean up their acts.
To build a better workforce, companies need to rethink hiring practices, energy efficiency standards, recycling and more.
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By working together, companies are driving change within sectors and supply chains.
Sustainable supply chains are all the rage right now — for good reason. Here's how to get your company started.
From shifting paper-mill sourcing to cautiously embracing offsets, here's how the publishing company is working to reduce carbon emissions 65 percent by 2019.
Innovation, collaboration and consumer engagement will help address enormous food challenges in the new year.
A closer look at the supply chains of Italian firms finds growing awareness but much room for improvement.