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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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The good, the bad and the ugly: sustainability at Nespresso

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The single-serve coffee maker supports growers, but also creates a lot of waste. Its story illustrates the power and limitations of corporate sustainability programs

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Companies cannot keep shying away from setting tough climate targets

In Paris this week business leaders called on governments to lock in the right frameworks and targets to help address climate change. Photograph: © redbrickstock.com/Alamy

Only a handful of companies are setting emission reduction targets in line with what climate scientists say is necessary – that must change

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Top 10 Sustainability Campaigns of 2014

In 2014, corporate has shown positive signals by drawing out new strategies to become more responsible. . . . → Read More: Top 10 Sustainability Campaigns of 2014

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Responsible businesses need to shout louder about their societal value

Businesses must use all channels to shout about their good deeds.

Business leaders have a larger role to play in highlighting positive contributions of their companies. This requires a deeper connect with employees to disseminate core sustainability values – transparency, openness and commitment. . . . → Read More: Responsible businesses need to shout louder about their societal value

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When corporate cultures clash: defining company values across borders

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For Molson Coors, Nike, Coca-Cola and other companies operating in different countries, social responsibility can be a tool for self-definition – and a way to exchange cultural values

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Will Adidas garment workers share in its World Cup profit?

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With Adidas set to make €2bn from football related sales, the Cambodian garment workers behind its merchandise are still fighting for a fair wage . . . → Read More: Will Adidas garment workers share in its World Cup profit?

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Why does big business want to save the world?

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Multinational companies do have the power to make things better and perhaps they are beginning to show it . . . → Read More: Why does big business want to save the world?

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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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Canadian mining doing serious environmental harm, the IACHR is told

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Operations in nine Latin American countries continue with explicit Canadian state support, says report

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