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28 Apr 2020All blogs 8 tips for responsible supply chain actions during COVID-19
What can companies do to show extraordinary responsibility in this extraordinary situation? Here are 8 tips for responsible supply chain actions during COVID-19 for those with the funds and means. The implications of the current corona crisis are overwhelming. Many companies are struggling to survive, millions of workers in global value chains stand to lose their jobs, and […]
1 Apr 2020All blogs Corporate Corona Actions – a series of cases & tips
The current COVID-19 crisis is not only calling for responsible business actions now. It is also accelerating the transition of business to be a sustainable force for good for the time ahead of us. For many, the crisis is about survival in the short term – financially and healthwise. But it’s also an opportunity to […]
9 May 2019All blogs [Sustainable fintech] Digital industry alliances for the greater good
Financial crises, ethical banking scandals, and corporate cases of greed are some of the dark sides of the financial sector. But what is even worse: too much capital continues to finance unsustainable development. In other words, the current global financial system is not fit for purpose, and too little capital flows to meet the financing […]
18 Apr 2018Ethical consumption Corporate activism is paying off for COOP
Removing damaging food products from its shelves (choice editing) and posting controversial ads that create awareness of pesticides in food production are just some of the actions that Denmark’s largest retailer of consumer goods, COOP, has taken over the years to show its stand in support of sustainable consumption. This week, the retail giant was […]
13 Nov 2013Ethical consumption The Trojan Horse Strategy – Changing Business From Within
Imagine that you are the owner of a highly successful social enterprise that has built its success on doing both well and good. One day you get a call from a well-known multi-national corporation, perhaps one with a less than perfect track record when it comes to social or environmental issues. This huge enterprise would […]
6 Sep 2012Ethical consumption Put purpose before profit – and make money anyway
About a year ago, the Danish low-cost mobile phone company Call Me began the process of developing the strategy ”TRUST”, which integrates social responsibility and social capital (trust) in the heart of Call Me’s business. The strategy has already created tangible results on both the inner and outer bottom lines.
9 Feb 2011Ethical consumption Socially Responsible Investing – A big step forward or a waste of time?
Socially responsible investing (SRI) is putting more focus on corporate social and environmental practices through both positive and negative screens. In fact, ethical and green investment has never been more popular.
16 Dec 2010Ethical consumption The art of sustainability
Not long ago, I discovered the project Happy Xmas Trees. This ambitious Danish art and sustainability project is currently transforming Copenhagen into one giant outdoor gallery featuring Christmas tree sculptures by various artists. But these trees aren’t just for show. Once Christmas is over, they will be auctioned off to raise money for the afforestation project, Happy® Forests.