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Do corporate mega mergers inhibit social responsibility?

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A Monsanto-Syngenta deal proposal is on the cards, but mega mergers can often stand in opposition to sustainable corporate culture

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Unilever, Patagonia cement their positions as the world’s most sustainable brands, says new report

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Interface, Marks and Spencer, Ikea and Nestle also made the list of top ranked companies in this year’s Sustainability Leaders Report

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Why are major beverage companies refusing to use a 90% recycled can?

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Recycling aluminum cans is cheap, efficient and doesn’t damage the integrity of the container. So why won’t Coke, Pepsi or Budweiser use them?

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Why rivals like PepsiCo, Coca Cola, Unilever and P&G are joining forces

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Business competitors have realised that greater impact can be achieved by working in close alliance on big sustainability issues

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Rival corporate giants join forces to get millennials acting on climate change

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Arch rivals such as Coca-Cola and PepsiCo set aside differences to encourage young people to become sustainability activists

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Water wars: a new reality for business and governments

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Violent tensions over water are on the rise, from India to Iraq. The solution lies in good governance and business has a key role to play

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Businesses have a role promoting peace in conflict zones

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Coke, Unilever and Lush are promoting peace in conflict zones from the DRC to Palestine, should more follow suit?

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The great salty mess: pollution threatens US freshwater resources

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Wastewater from cities and agricultural runoff are contributing to an expensive salinity problem, and companies – especially when faced with new water purification bills – are taking notice

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Why Dell, Coca-Cola and Carlsberg are developing greener packaging

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Dell uses bamboo and mushroom, Coca-Cola barks and fruit skins, while Carlsberg’s could soon have an afterlife warranty . . . → Read More: Why Dell, Coca-Cola and Carlsberg are developing greener packaging

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Coca-Cola’s new formula for water stewardship: government partnership

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Coca-Cola is helping to repair national watersheds that also happen to supply its own factories. Is that greenwashing or a sustainable model that other corporations should emulate? . . . → Read More: Coca-Cola’s new formula for water stewardship: government partnership

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