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Posted: 02 Feb 2023

Procurement Policy Note 06/21: Accelerating reaching Net Zero in public procurement

Read our latest blog covering Procurement Policy Note 06/21: Accelerating reaching Net Zero in public procurement

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Posted: 24 Jan 2023

What is the UK Shopping Basket really costing us?

The UK Shopping Basket is having a huge impact on our planet; read how our food system is affecting climate, nature, ESG, and Sustainability

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Posted: 11 Jan 2023

Is your business ready for the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive Legislation?

Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), is the new EU legislation that became national law in November 2022, which requires companies to publish regular reports on their environmental and social impact activities. The new law requires businesses to report on how sustainability issues such as climate change impact their business and in turn, how their operations have a direct impact on their stakeholders and the environment.

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Posted: 21 Dec 2022

STAR Index™ and GCX announce strategic partnership

STAR Index™ and GCX announce strategic partnership combining the very best people with leading edge tech for transparent, efficient and ethical supply chains.

The strategic partnership brings together leading-edge supply chain software platforms with a global network of environmental, carbon and social compliance experts, creating a unique wrap around offering to address complex global supply chain & ESG risk mapping.

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Posted: 21 Dec 2022

STAR Index™ and Intellync announce strategic partnership

STAR Index™ and Intellync announce strategic partnership creating a unique wrap around software solution addressing carbon emissions challenges combined with unrivalled supply chain & ESG risk mapping for the agri-food sector

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Posted: 08 Dec 2022

A brief history: how ESG investing came to be

Many debates have been sparked during the lead-up to this year’s World Cup. With Qatar being the first middle eastern country to host a World Cup ever after winning the bid in 2010, there has been a heightened interest in the country’s political stance. The most notable debates surrounding the World Cup have been controversies regarding humanitarian issues such as modern-day slavery, policies surrounding LQBTQ+ rights and the infrastructure of Qatar.

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Posted: 05 Dec 2022

Should your company consider redesigning its supply chain?

Should your company consider redesigning its supply chain?

The last three years have been a rollercoaster ride for supply chains. From 2019 onwards, it’s been one major shift after another. The world is still reeling from the aftershock of these events, trying hard to readjust to an ever changing landscape of uncertainty, delays, obstacles and shortages. 

This begs the question: should your company consider redesigning its supply chain?

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Posted: 29 Nov 2022

Qatar’s World Cup: Is it what it seems?

Many debates have been sparked during the lead-up to this year’s World Cup. With Qatar being the first middle eastern country to host a World Cup ever after winning the bid in 2010, there has been a heightened interest in the country’s political stance. The most notable debates surrounding the World Cup have been controversies regarding humanitarian issues such as modern-day slavery, policies surrounding LQBTQ+ rights and the infrastructure of Qatar.

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Posted: 25 Nov 2022

Rewilding: Stand Back and Let Nature Do its Thing

Rewilding has become a popular venture for restoring the natural environment. It aims to restore large-scale ecosystems, reverse the loss of biodiversity and return things to where nature can take care of itself. Corporations have found it to be an attractive prospect for offsetting their carbon footprint, attracting some controversy and speculation. So is rewilding as much of a progressive move for the environment as it’s made out to be?

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