Paul Ashford outlines the process by which the risks of chemicals in products can be evaluated and alternatives assessed, to avoid jumping out of the frying pan into the fire.
Firstly let’s look at what we mean by social sustainability. Myth buster – social impact is not the same as social value. Social impact is the impact – positive and negative – that a business has… Read More
Today is the launch of RiskHorizon™, the first ever web-based tool to quantify and monetize risks across a range of sustainability indicators. Anthesis Group, supported by its delivery partner Acclimatise, has collaborated to produce the… Read More
The SEC conflict minerals rule is the regulatory requirement for conflict minerals disclosure by US public companies, and what a company can reasonably do to comply depends on its position in the supply chain. As… Read More