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Ending Illegal Fishing is Crucial to Ensure a Healthy Ocean

President Obama’s new initiative to address illegal fishing is a critical step to stopping illegally caught fish from reaching U.S. markets. To meet…

Heinz and Ford to Team Up on Rolling Green Tomatoes

In what appears to be a marriage made in heaven, Heinz was looking for an innovative way to recycle and repurpose peels, stems…

ARPA Bridge Fund to Conserve 15 Percent of Brazil’s Amazon Rainforest

The $215 million bridge fund aims to usher in conservation financing-in-perpetuity for 215 million acres of Brazilian Amazon rain forest--an area twice the…

General Mills Issues Its 2014 Global Responsibility Report

General Mills just issued its 2014 Global Responsibility Report. I received an advanced review copy and spoke with Chief Sustainability Officer Jerry Lynch…

Indonesia’s 2nd Largest Pulp And Paper Company “APRIL” Falls Short In Forest Management Policy

Perhaps its best to encourage APRIL to refine and improve their plan rather than slam them, because this could be a fresh start…

Asia Pulp and Paper: One Year After the Forest-Clearing Moratorium

Feb. 5 marked the anniversary of APP's announcement by company Chairman Teguh Ganda Wijaya that it had stopped the destruction of natural forest…

With Eye on Asia Market, LEGO Plans Huge Carbon Emissions Reduction

A new partnership with WWF Climate Savers will help LEGO reduce supply chain emissions while increasing sales to Asia markets and broadening appeal…

LEGO Gets a Jump on New WindMade Wind Power Product Label

LEGO's new offshore German wind farm will give it a competitive edge as the global WindMade nonprofit, founded and sponsored by Danish wind…

H&M’s Efforts in Bangladesh Show Why We Need Systemic Change in CSR

The efforts of H&M in Bangladesh show that no matter what type of CSR a company is pursuing, whether it’s ethical, altruistic or…

CSR In Emerging Markets: Making a Difference for Children in the Gulf Region

Triple Pundit launches our CSR in Emerging Markets series: we start today with the UAE.

H&M Releases 2012 Sustainability Report

Today H&M released its sustainability report for 2012, outlining the company's progress on textile recycling, water efficiency and organic cotton use.

It Takes 2700 Liters of Water to Make a T-Shirt

The growth, manufacturing, transporting, and washing of cotton uses huge amounts of water. Cotton farming is the largest consumer of water in the…

“Game Changer” Water Conservation Plan Pairs H&M with WWF

H&M's sustainability efforts get a huge boost as the company partners with WWF on a worldwide water conservation initiative, covering the company's entire…

Coca-Cola and WWF Partner on Arctic Ice Region

Coca-Cola and World Wildlife Fund partner again to promote the second Arctic Home campaign. Coca-Cola is committed to matching up to $1 million…

McDonald’s Addresses Sustainable Beef Sourcing

Finding how to reduce the impact of the raising of the cattle, which is responsible for the largest part of McDonald’s ecological footprint,…