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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

March 13, 2014
  • Mars commits to fully sustainable palm oil by year-end
  • Panasonic offers China workers pollution compensation
  • Green cars to rival London’s Boris bikes
  • Beauty bloggers call for an end to cosmetic animal testing
  • Organic food and drink sales reverse UK decline
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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

March 11, 2014
  • Bangladesh factory shutdowns cause thousands of job losses
  • NGOs warn of squeeze on banana growers
  • Orange pulls advertising from Uganda’s anti-gay Red Pepper newspaper
  • Sir Richard Branson says climate change deniers should ‘get out of the way’
  • UK energy bills to come with compulsory QR barcodes
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Is CSR a delusion?

Is CSR a delusion?

February 28, 2014 Charlie Ashford takes a look at a new book that claims to expose CSR as a sham – and asks where the future lies for responsible and sustainable business. Read more >
Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

February 28, 2014
  • Coca-Cola looks beyond water targets to wider policy challenge
  • UK food and drink manufacturers ‘making progress’ on landfill reduction
  • UK gamblers to set own limits on high-stakes betting machines
  • Asian Development Bank switches to 100% renewable energy
  • BBC boost for female and black actors
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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

February 27, 2014
  • Transatlantic centre-right coalition aims to reclaim environmental agenda
  • Australia marked down for reversal of climate change law
  • New US nutrition labelling to make serving sizes reflect actual servings
  • Tesco criticised by farmers for buying less British beef
  • Rigid workplace culture stopping women over 50 balancing work with family life
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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

February 20, 2014
  • New Fair Tax Mark highlights responsible business
  • 500 Indian migrant workers die in build-up to Qatar World Cup
  • UK women in work at record numbers
  • Sainsbury’s wine labels to display calorie counts
  • Red throated diver bird kills off second phase of wind farm
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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

February 18, 2014
  • Kellogg’s to stop buying deforested palm oil amid pressure
  • New York and California lawmakers move to ban microbeads
  • Deep-sea mining must responsibly respect ecosystems, say scientists
  • Fifth of energy saving products make “misleading” efficiency claims
  • UK high street chiefs suggests energy tax to replace business rates
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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

February 17, 2014
  • European VAT reform to hit offshore e-commerce
  • Tobacco company adverts back on UK TV after 20 years
  • World’s biggest companies admit to failing staff on pensions
  • World’s largest solar thermal project heats up in the Californian desert
  • UK industry presses for green energy levy cut
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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

February 05, 2014
  • IKEA more than doubles use of sustainable cotton in products
  • Fair Trade Schools to launch in US
  • Call for UK bank staff to sign up for code of conduct
  • Palau bans commercial fishing in favour of tourism and conservation
  • Smartphone game aims to aid cancer cure
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