We also discuss deforestation in general, and specifically companies such as APRIL, Asia Pulp & Paper, Santander, Credit Suisse, ABN AMRO, HSBC and NGOs such as the Rainforest Alliance and their work with APP.
Finally we discuss what overall credible corporate progress on sustainable business looks like for Greenpeace.
Upcoming Innovation Forum conferences:
Learn how leading companies managing sourcing risk and engage the supply chain with: Kering, M&S, Ikea, CottonConnect, Marks Work Wearhouse, Lindex, Gina Tricot, BCI and many more.
All the major brand players meet with the leading NGOs to debate progress. With: Staples, PepsiCo, Disney, Asia Pulp & Paper, Friends of the Earth, Greenpeace, WWF, Domtar, Sime Darby, Canopy, TFT and many others. Click here for more details.
The Circular Advantage Business Forum 8-9 June 2015 (London)
Strategy for integrating circular business advantage with: Royal DSM, Accenture, Kingfisher, Suez, Coca-Cola Company, HP, and many others. Email Boris.Petrovic@innovation-forum.co.uk for details or go here: http://innovation-forum.co.uk/circular-economy.php
The Measurement and (e)valuation of Corporate Sustainability, does it all add up? June 29-30 (London)
A cold hard look at how companies put numbers against progress, and what those numbers mean for investors, internal and external stakeholders. With: Rio Tinto, Tullow Oil, Walgreens Boots Alliance, JP Morgan, Oxfam, Aberdeen Asset Management, Trucost, First State, Marks & Spencer and many more. Email: Natasha.Bodnar@innovation-forum.co.uk for details
Analysis on all the above topics can be found at: http://innovation-forum.co.uk