October 23, 2019

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Leila Hafzi: Eco-Haute Couture Interview and Conscious Catwalk

Watch this episode for an exclusive interview with eco-haute couture designer Leila Hafzi and the dazzling U.S. debut of her "Utopia" line on...

Timberland, Adidas Follow Nike’s Lead, Ban Use of Amazon Leather

Feeling the pressure from Greenpeace activists, Timberland and Adidas have agreed to cease using leather imported from cattle raised on former Amazon rainforest...

Steelcase Advances Toward Goal to Shrink Global Footprint 25 Percent

Steelcase’s latest CSR report charts the firm’s progress toward the company’s goal of reducing its global environmental 25 percent by 2012, its 100th...

The Top 9 Green-Powered Companies

That's because the agency just released its list of the top 20 organizations running on "green power", or energy from solar, wind, and...

Wal-Mart Exposes the De-Value Chain

By Daniel Goleman Wal-Mart's announcement of its new sustainability index marks the dawning of the age of ecological transparency in the marketplace. This...

Will Wal-Mart Banning Deforestation Beef from the Amazon Paradoxically Increase Deforestation?

Brazil's main trading partners for beef were Russia, Venezuela, and Iran. Yeah, not high on the list of nations where green conscience is...

Ethical Corporation Podcast Features Bennett Freeman

Bennett Freeman discusses prospects for sustainability encouragement by government, how the markets are treating SRI investors, and business leaders on sustainability

Is MillerCoors the Most Environmentally Responsible Brewing Company?

But as it turns out, a nice watered-down can of Miller High Life might be more sustainable than all of them

E-Waste Recycling for the Little Guys?

Give Something Back, a seller of office supplies, has launched an e-waste take-back program for its customers.

For Lead Violations, 9 Companies are Fined (as Little as 1 Cent Per Toxic Toy)

Nine companies will pay a combined total of more than $500,000 in penalties for selling toys laced with toxic lead.




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