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An NRDC report on sustainable supply chain improvements in the fashion industry serves as a wake-up call that conserving resources also saves money.
The Philip Morris vs. Uruguay case may weaken the country's anti-smoking laws, which include rules requiring 80% of a cigarette pack be covered in warnings.
Union of Concerned Scientists released its 2nd annual palm oil report, which tracks 40 large companies sourcing huge amounts of palm oil within its supply chains.
Food and commodities giant ADM announced it will develop a no-deforestation policy in a move to source soy and palm oil more responsibly.
By eliminating the demand for goods and services produced with slave labor, the Freedom Seal aims to end human trafficking and slavery.
SAP's latest integrated report tracks its longstanding initiatives on sustainability, social programs and financial performance.
A Canadian grocer, Loblaw, is selling misshapen fruit and potatoes at some of its outlets in Ontario and Quebec.
In June 2015, Baku will host the European Games. Human Rights watchdogs believe the international event will serve to whitewash the country’s deteriorating rights reputation.
WWF urges the European Union's economic and political leaders to put sustainability first and not delay such action in the name of economic recovery.
In Burma, one telecommunications company, Ooredoo, has partnered with various organizations to empower women by expanding access to mobile phones.
The RSPO terminated or suspended over 100 members for not submitting annual reports on sustainable palm oil production or procurement.
After the war, Dule was one of the first Bosniaks to return to Srebrenica, where he opened his restaurant. One year after his death, his son Avdo traces the family history.