Week in Review
Stories discussed this week (4:20).
- SEC rule change stifles key risk signal, disenfranchises retail investors
- Why Kroger and Publix are bringing the farm to the grocery store
- Demand for voluntary carbon offsets holds strong
All the glitters: Beautycounter and the mica supply chain (17:30)
Outakes from the reporting behind Joel Makower's two-part series about the mica supply chain and retailer Beautycounter's work to address the sector's big child labor problem. You can read both stories here and here.
A corporate climate action plan, Ceres style (30:55)
We chat with Kristen Lang, senior director of the Ceres Corporate Networks about the new Corporate Roadmap 2030, a blueprint for strategy, policy action and systems change.
*Music in this episode by Lee Rosevere: "Curiosity," "Waiting for the Moment That Never Comes," "Knowing the Truth," "As I Was Saying" and "Southside"
*This episode was sponsored by Amazon and WestRock
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