Free podcasts on leadership in mining, modern slavery, sustainable cotton, water, forests, and big data

We’ve gone a bit podcast crazy at Innovation Forum recently.

Check out our podcast and webinar channel for the below and a lot more, on palm oil, pulp & paper, Krill and much more recently. All free, and no log in needed. You can also sign up on iTunes here.

Lots of useful, practical podcasts below:

Toby Webb chats to Cynthia Carroll, chairman at Vedanta Resources Holdings, about the changing landscape of the extractives industry, including health and safety developments and gender diversity. – Listen here

Ian Welsh talks to Brent Wilton, director global for workplace rights at Coca-Cola, about the supply chain, due diligence, certification and reporting on modern slavery. – Listen here

Toby Webb chats to John Morrison, executive director at the Institute for Human Rights and Business, about the role of business in tackling the systemic issue of modern slavery. – Listen here

Toby Webb talks to Steve Trent, director at the Environmental Justice Foundation, about the prevalence of modern slavery in the seafood industry, and what companies are doing about it. – Listen here

In the second fortnightly podcast discussion between Earthworm Podcast host Scott Poynton and Innovation Forum founder Toby Webb the focus of discussion was on the interface between business and human rights – and the issue of modern day slavery. – Listen here

Ian Welsh talks to Anna-Karin Dahlberg from Lindex, Eva Kindgren de Boer from KappAhl and Maya Rebermark from the Stockholm International Water Institute. They discuss sustainable water use and competitive collaboration around their project, Sweden Textile Water Initiative. – Listen here

Ian Welsh from Innovation Forum chats to Isabelle Roger, senior manager at Solidaridad, about their new report on sustainable cotton, which brands are leading in the sector, and the importance of supply chain mapping. – Listen here

Ian Welsh is joined by James Swenson and Michael Harris of Thomson Reuters. The three discuss unique extractives sector risks, fluctuating prices and how this changes risk, and the challenges the sector faces from bribery and corruption. – Listen here

In partnership with CDRC, the panel is made up by the University of Leeds, ASDA, Callcredit and Samsung. – Listen here

This webinar continues the discussion from the ‘How business can tackle deforestation’ forum, held in DC in April. – Listen here

Glenn Hurowitz, leader of the Lifeline Antarctica campaign, talks to Toby Webb about krill, government policy and certification. – Listen here

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