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Low pay, long hours, risky conditions: what is the price of the West's wardrobe? As an economic crisis stalls Sri Lanka's pandemic recovery, women garment workers are bearing the brunt.
Bongbong Marcos
Bongbong Marcos, son of the country’s late dictator, is on the cusp of reclaiming power for his disgraced family. Eco-Business speaks with experts about how this impacts clean energy, climate justice, and corporate responsibility.
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A growing flood of Bangladeshi children are seeing their education end permanently as they flee climate impacts for urban slums.
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The Global Reporting Initiative has revised its standards and for the first time now asks companies to measure and disclose human rights issues in a bid to clean-up supply chains and ensure decent working conditions.
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#forced labour Opinion

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Import bans bring social issues to the fore forcing agribusiness to assess their obligations to their workforces. Are such regulatory bans the best way to address the social issues prevalent in the industry?
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When forced labour practices are part of supply chains, it is reasonable to ascertain that environmental degradation may be present too.
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