Tag archives for transparency
This week I am in Johannesburg and Cape Town, South Africa, as a guest of SAP, to witness innovation in South Africa.
LabDoor, a young technology startup, promises to hold the supplement industry accountable with its up and coming app and web interface.
Kathy Ireland, with a past full of sweatshops and fights with PETA, is a spokesperson for a company touting its sustainability credentials, Organic Bouquet.
More organizations, not just companies, are embracing integrated reporting, which is a plus for sustainability and transparency.
IKEA Group releases its 2012 sustainability report today, explaining the company's goal to be a beacon of both sustainability and affordability in the home.
Anti-GMO campaigners have hijacked General Mills‘ Cheerios Facebook page and are calling for the cereal giant to ditch genetically modified ingredients.
In my second in a series on Unilever’s Sustainable Living Plan, I describe how the company executed its plan to change consumer behavior via its brands.
Unilever, through its Sustainable Living Plan, is accomplishing massive environmental and social change on several fronts.
Montenegro: a country that has not seen a change of government for 23 years, stifled by corruption and organized crime. This is what Vanja Calovic, director of MANS, struggles to change.
Proposition 37 is heading to defeat after scoring an approval rating of over 60 percent two months ago.
Can sustainability metrics help steer business on a sustainable source? Much work needs to be done for the planet to remain viable for future generations.
Straus Family Creamery of Petaluma released new pro-Proposition 37 packaging on its yogurt and milk containers.