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October 15, 2015
Our new report on ready-made garment factories in Bangladesh highlights the need for and benefits of providing education and nutritional foods to workers. BSR's HERproject and the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition are partnering to do just that.
October 8, 2015
As BSR works to create safe, empowering workplaces through HERproject, we are undertaking a new aspect of the initiative: HERrespect, which will seek to promote positive gender relations in factories to prevent and address violence against women.
October 1, 2015
The BSR Conference features a special track of sessions that will explore how we can reimagine systems—including supply chains, human systems, manufacturing, global investments, and more—to build resilience into the systems business depends on.
September 22, 2015
Over the past 18 months, BSR and the Walmart Foundation have partnered to deliver more than 330,500 hours of workplace training to more than 22,000 workers across 36 factories through the Women in Factories China program. But statistics only tell one side of the story.
September 16, 2015
Companies with a footprint in China have the opportunity to reduce supply chain greenhouse gas emissions and help China meet its ambitious climate goals by supporting the development of renewable-energy electricity markets.
September 8, 2015
A new issue brief underlines the importance of responsible supply chain practices for the financial services sector.
July 14, 2015
In an effort to encourage truly sustainable supply chains, BSR has identified four characteristics that can drive impact in a collaborative initiative.
June 30, 2015
China’s landmark greenhouse gas commitment, announced today in advance of COP21, signals a shift to a low-carbon future, from the world’s second-largest economy. But what does this mean for business?
June 30, 2015
Automation is changing the face of work. How can companies ensure that our “second machine age” provides benefits for the triple-bottom-line?
June 25, 2015
The FIFA bribery investigation has exposed issues in the 2022 World Cup development in Qatar beyond just corruption—and highlights the opportunity for companies to make more progress by addressing corruption and human rights challenges at the same time.