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Get the inside track from some of the world's key sector initiatives

This report examines leading global initiatives across a range of industries and tells you what works (and pays!), why some multi-company initiatives are facing serious challenges and why and how you should get involved.

This report will:

  • Update you on the progress of the various sector initiatives, highlighting which have developed a strong brand, which are making an impact, and which have limited success;
  • Provide insight from the companies involved, outlining the commitments companies need to make and how to make sure that you're getting something back; and
  • Arm you with the detail you need to make informed decisions about joining initiatives and getting the most from your involvement.
  • Help you choose the right initiative to communicate your brand values to consumers and improve your ethical brand awareness

We'll cover 31 initiatives from across various sectors, including agriculture, manufacturing, mining and natural resources, services, retail and cross-sector initiatives.

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Featured initiatives include:

  • Forest Stewardship Council
  • Common Code for the Coffee Community
  • International Cocoa Initiative
  • The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil
  • Fair Labour Association
  • International Council of Toy Industries CARE Process
  • Equator Principles
  • Business for Social Compliance Initiative
  • International Council on Mining and Metals
  • Council for Responsible Jewellery Practices
  • Social Accountability 8000
  • and more

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For further information, please contact
Hayley Weinberg
Ethical Corporation
+44(0) 20 7375 7238

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The Guide to Industry Initiatives in CSR
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The Guide to Industry Initiatives in CSR
Format: Secure PDF
Pages: 145 pages
Price: €795 + VAT
Author: Deborah Leipziger
Published: 2009