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Mar

21

March 21, 2011

Supply Chain: Stories From the Field

Stories From the Field

BSR Manager Terry Nelidov recently sat down with University of California, San Diego Professor Richard Feinberg to discuss highlights from BSR's three-year DR-CAFTA Responsible Competitiveness project and practical tools that companies anywhere in the world can apply to their labor and competitiveness strategies.

#DR-CAFTA #Supply Chain

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Mar

7

March 7, 2011

Supply Chain: HERproject Takes to the Field in Kenya

HERproject Takes to the Field in Kenya

#Grants #Supply Chain #Womens Empowerment

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Feb

1

February 1, 2011

Supply Chain: Taking Worker Rights to Scale—So What If There Isn’t a Business Case?

Taking Worker Rights to Scale—So What If There Isn’t a Business Case?

#Human Rights #Supply Chain

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Jan

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Dec

7

December 7, 2010

Supply Chain: Water in the 21st Century: Shared Risks Demand Shared Action

Water in the 21st Century: Shared Risks Demand Shared Action

The CEO Water Mandate's new "Guide to Responsible Business Engagement with Water Policy" provides a way for companies to look far beyond their fence lines and engage with a spectrum of water stakeholders to help ensure the healthy and long-term stewardship of a given water catchment, river basin, or watershed.

#Strategy and Integration #Supply Chain #Sustainability Management

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Nov

16

November 16, 2010

Supply Chain: Doing Business With China’s New Generation of Workers

Doing Business With China’s New Generation of Workers

BSR's China Director Wei Dong Zhou discusses how the new generation of workers in China is transforming the labor landscape and the implications for global companies, consumers, and 800 million workers in a country that no longer wants to be "the sweatshop of the world."

#Supply Chain

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Oct

5

October 5, 2010

Supply Chain: Three Tools for Managing Supply Chain Transparency on Climate

Three Tools for Managing Supply Chain Transparency on Climate

Companies are facing growing pressure to increase their transparency on climate-related impacts, but challenges are significant, including the divergent information requirements of various interest groups, demand for details about supply chain impacts, and the sheer expense of reporting on climate issues. Our practical, three-part approach to transparency will help your company overcome these hurdles.

#Climate Change #Supply Chain

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Sep

27

September 27, 2010

Supply Chain: ISO 26000 Approved for Publication. Now What?

ISO 26000 Approved for Publication. Now What?

#Supply Chain

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