Internal Carbon Pricing: Does it Work?

Internal Carbon Pricing: Does it Work?

The fact is, carbon pricing works. At least, that’s the view of Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission, which released a report on the subject just this month. It finds that carbon pricing reduces emissions, using evidence from the experiences in Canada, California and the UK, all the while supporting strong economies. To ‘clear the air’, the Commission […]

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An App for Food Transparency

An App for Food Transparency

Changing how consumers engage and interact with the food and drink they consume is seen as a big part of the sustainable supply chain conundrum. If people can understand where and how their goods are made, there is a better chance of incentivising more ethical and responsible production further down the chain. So, step forward […]

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Forced Labour in IT Supply Chains

Forced Labour in IT Supply Chains

While technology may be bringing us ever closer to our friends, family and colleagues, some 80% of electronics companies don’t know which countries the raw materials they source originate from. A further symptom of this ironic lack of connectivity with the value chain is that vulnerable workers are at risk of exploitation. The latest KnowTheChain […]

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How Data Drives Corporate Sustainability

How Data Drives Corporate Sustainability

The digital revolution is enabling a transformation of systems and processes, making organisations leaner, greener and more able to respond to market changes. Innovations such as machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI), mobile payment systems, and satellite imagery, have been widely adopted for good reason as companies across sectors aim to take advantage of new customer […]

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