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Unbelts Is Creating a Better Way to Do 'Made in China'
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A garment's country of origin isn't that garment's full story. Unbelts founder Claire Theaker-Brown is used to the questioning looks that often come with shoppers looking for ethical fashion, finding her belts, and then checking the "Made in China" label. But it doesn't change her commitment to providing fair, flexible, steady, living-wage jobs to women in China as part of her product's supply chain.
A Beating Heart for Sustainable Brewing: For the Many, Not the Few
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The brewing industry appears to be going all out for sustainability. This is good news: Brewing is a global industry generating a huge ecological footprint — ripe for serious improvement. There is much work to be done at all levels. A new study explores sustainability in craft brewing and finds that, while the industry is in its ascendancy, there are significant risks to growth on the horizon. The solutions are already available, yet the real opportunity requires us to go beyond simple sustainability and efficiency initiatives, and develop a system-wide approach to industry change.
#BusinessCase: Report Reveals 36:1 Social ROI for Landscape-Scale Restoration
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Landscape-scale restoration has the power to create a 36:1 social return on investment, according to two new reports from nonprofit Restore the Earth Foundation and Social Value International. Based on the results of eco-restoration projects in Louisiana's Tensas National Wildlife Refuge and the Pointe-aux-Chenes Wildlife Management Area, the reports assess, quantify and monetize the environmental, social and economic impacts of investments in landscape-scale restoration on local communities, economies and stakeholders. Report findings support the business case for funding a holistic climate-smart solution to degraded and destroyed ecosystems.
Successful Programs Start with Motivated Workers
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Motivated employees are key to the success of any sustainability program. At The North Face, that means building a workspace — and a workday — that keeps workers engaged and invested in the company's goals and initiatives. News Deeply recently spoke to James Rogers, Senior Sustainability Manager at The North Face about the company's culture and sustainability efforts.
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CDP Names 58 Companies Leading the Charge Against Climate-Related Supply Chain Risks
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The number of companies committed to tackling emissions in the supply chain has doubled over the last year, according to new research from CDP and McKinsey & Company. Out of a total of over 3,300 companies, the global nonprofit environmental disclosure platform recognized 58 companies as "Supplier Engagement" leaders — double the amount identified in 2017. The companies, which include Bank of America, Cisco Systems, HPE, Johnson & Johnson, Nestlé, and Unilever were acknowledged for their work with suppliers to reduce emissions and lower environmental risks in the supply chain.
5 Hacks to Activate Purpose in the Workplace
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Purpose plays a key role in the direction of your business on multiple levels — it's an overarching "north star" that serves as a guidepost for decision making. Not only does purpose help to recruit and retain top talent, create meaningful differentiation, enhance brand loyalty, build relationships, and establish trust with your customers and partners, but it also helps your business become more profitable. Here we explore five easy hacks for integrating purpose into your business and start heading in the right direction.
The Business of Planting Trees: A Growing Investment Opportunity
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Restoring degraded land is not only good for the planet, it's also a good investment opportunity. Through the analysis of 140 restoration-focused businesses in eight countries, this report from the World Resources Institute and the Nature Conservancy shows that the economic benefits of restoring land are estimated at $84 billion per year and deliver a range of financial returns. The report highlights four promising investment themes in land restoration: technology, consumer products, project management and commercial forestry.
CEO of Ørsted calls for action on global climate crisis

RPD Ups Wind Power for Iron Mountain's Mid-Atlantic Facilities
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Nestlé acclaimed as 'world leader' to tackle climate change in supply chain

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