This week: Nathalie Walker, director for tropical forests and agriculture at the National Wildlife Federation, discusses how the changing legislative landscape is leading to more of a due diligence approach for companies on deforestation. She analyses how international collaboration on climate change will develop during 2021.
Plus: BlackRock says that sustainable investment will accelerate; WWF says two-thirds of SE Asian banks don’t recognise biodiversity risks; 60m potential climate refugees in south Asia; and, one billion fewer pieces of plastic at Tesco, in the news digest.
Host: Ian Welsh
Weekly podcast – Deforestation risks: much more than just putting out fires
Chemical complexity: Why we need to move beyond organic versus synthetic
Weekly podcast: Why brands struggle to translate global goals into local progress
Fifty shades of green: the unintended consequences of planting trees
What does the roadmap to regenerative apparel look like?
Weekly podcast: How Cargill cuts methane from cattle supply chains
Why multi-cropping is essential to boost smallholder incomes
Greenpeace on certification’s failings, and how they should be fixed
Weekly podcast: Is smallholder farming really a broken model?
What's the solution to the profit pursuit problem?
Weekly podcast: What will future materials be made from?
Organic cotton's sector-changing potential
Weekly podcast: GIZ on why producer communities need a stronger voice
How cotton learns from other commodity supply chains
Weekly podcast: Will future business leaders use their power differently?
Potential labour and human costs of a successful energy transition
Weekly podcast: How an ecosystems services approach helps all producer communities
Are financial institutions ignoring deforestation?
Weekly podcast: Manage apparel sector human rights risks by empowering producer communities
Materials innovation and sustainability: the business opportunities in 2021
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