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Marks and Spencer says 63 percent of its products sold have had a Plan A or “sustainable” attribute.
Black Friday 2014 does not have to be about buying cheap stuff at big box stores. Consider focusing on durability over discounts instead.
One company making a difference with responsible palm oil sourcing is Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps, the famous manufacturer of castile soap.
The Sri Lankan tea industry, already challenged by global competition and rising costs, is increasingly threatened due to climate change.
The annual “Plan A” update from Marks & Spencer outlines what the company has done to mitigate its impact on society and on the environment.
Fair Trade USA launched the Rust Response Fund, to which we will contribute a minimum of $50,000 to fight the spread of coffee rust in Central America
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters' most recent sustainability report details the company’s successes and shortcomings during FY2012.
Kathy Ireland, with a past full of sweatshops and fights with PETA, is a spokesperson for a company touting its sustainability credentials, Organic Bouquet.
Honest Tea, committed to fair trade since 2003, recently issued its latest corporate social responsibility (CSR) report.
Paul Rice, CEO of Fair Trade USA, discusses how his organization has grown and scaled-and the three simple questions that led him and Fair Trade USA to new heights.
Unilever, through its Sustainable Living Plan, is accomplishing massive environmental and social change on several fronts.
Over 30 percent of M&S products sold stores worldwide have a minimum of one Plan A quality, and meanwhile sales at the global retailer continue upward.