Unilever CEO, Paul Polman, has welcomed the Paris agreement on climate change achieved at COP2 on Saturday 12 December.
The first day of The Consumer Goods Forum’s Global Summit drew to a close yesterday (18 June 2014). Taking place in Paris, the Summit has brought together over 1000 consumer goods industry leaders from around the world to discuss the
The chronic gap between the incomes of the richest and poorest citizens is seen as the risk that is most likely to cause serious damage globally in the coming decade, according to over 700 global experts that contributed to the World Economic
The grocery industry can tackle big issues like youth unemployment and climate change if companies collaborate, according to Fiona Dawson, president at Mars UK and the IGD’s first female president. Speaking at the 2013 IGD Convention, Dawson acknowledged the industry
Ethical trading organisation, Twin, has launched an initiative called Adapt Now to help businesses secure smallholder supply chains in a changing climate. Adapt Now’s first project, delivered in partnership with Marks & Spencer (M&S), coffee roaster Matthew Algie and Twin,