Civets in Bali’s civet coffee plantations are held in small, filthy cages, with little space to move around. The caged animals have little access to clean water and are often fed a poor diet comprising only of coffee cherries, a new study has found.
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The UK’s Modern Slavery Act is increasing scrutiny of companies around the world. Corporate Citizenship senior consultant Nana Guar outlines practical ways companies can enhance due diligence around modern slavery.
The Paris Agreement's target to cap global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius sounds good on paper, but implementation is difficult. Focusing on reducing emissions to zero would ensure greater accountability, says German Institute for International and Security Affairs' Oliver Geden.
Former Nigerian finance minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and nutrition expert Lawrence Haddad say that abolishing gender inequality will be impossible without tackling one of its major causes and consequences: malnutrition.
To keep pace with global emission reductions targets, companies need to set science-based targets that reflect the specific carbon reduction plans for countries in which they operate, says Trucost account manager Brian Werner.
Analysing the policy and entrepreneurial context in three landscapes across Asia, the report highlights how supporting innovative small-scale green businesses could help reverse the current trend where business incentives for ...