October 23, 2017

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Paper Doesn’t (Just) Grow on Trees

Rolland Innovates Smarter Paper

Ben & Jerry's Leads on Migrant Dairy Worker Rights

Ben & Jerry’s agreed to back an initiative to kick-start improved living and working conditions for migrant dairy workers.

Shining a light on the forgotten farmers in fashion’s supply chain

The movement to end unethical fashion is building momentum and Fairtrade is demanding that cotton farmers get a fairer share of the industry’s...

Etsy Partners with Manufacturers to Help Sellers Scale

Etsy is inviting manufacturers to join a new marketplace to provide sellers with means of production.

How Natural Resources Breed Violence

Identifying a link between natural resources and violence in Africa has proven tricky for economists, who must usually work with small or insufficiently...

Fresh Picked From Local Farms, Delivered to Local Clubs

BJ’s “Farm to Club” Program brings locally-farmed produce to the table

Creating a Sustainable Supply Chain – Best Practices and Business Drivers

All companies may soon be required to mitigate their environmental impact through reduced carbon emissions.

Sustainable Harvest Brews Relationship Coffee

The business ethos aims to understand coffee farmers’ point of view while giving them tools to better understand the market.

Paper: Definition, Focus, Accountability Needed to Turn Deforestation Commitments Into Action

The deforestation-free trend is an exciting development, but needs definition, focus, and accountability to deliver lasting benefits for forests, people and the planet.

All that glitters? 10 things we learned about tackling the gold supply chain

A panel of experts discussed how the gold industry could become more sustainable and transparent.



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