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Exclusive: China meat supplier faced claims last year over unethical work practices- SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Shanghai Husi Food, the U.S.-owned Chinese food supplier at the center of a meat safety scandal, won a court case earlier this year against a former quality control officer who...
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10 things you need to know about MP's report on circular economy - A plan for systemic change is absent and responsibilities across government unclear after it cancelled a review into resource risks and departmental priorities. The report recommends that the UK go...
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Mindfulness: has it been hijacked by business or can it change lives? - Just a few years ago, being invited to a company-sponsored meditation session would have raised eyebrows in most workplaces. Now, with the growth in evidence for mindfulness as a way to cultivate w...
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Top tips for business on ensuring ethical supply chains - Slave labour should be consigned to the history books. Yet the globalisation of supply chains and the relentless downward pressure on prices means that exploitation of the vulnerable still exists. ...
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Cycling is a green activity but finding sustainable, ethical cycling gear is hard - Cyclings big. Its worth at least £26.1bn as a worldwide industry. There are two to four billion cyclists in the world and more people are taking it up everyday. So why is it so difficult to find ...
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10 things you should know about investment in renewable energy - In a recent online chat, an expert panel tackled the huge topic of how to grow investment in renewables as part of a transition to a low carbon economy. Here are 10 key lessons from the discussion:...
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Corporates can lead on sustainability but there are no "good companies" yet - At the launch of Tom Levitts new book, Welcome to GoodCo - Using the Tools of Business to Create Public Good, the nibbles were laid on by the John Lewis Partnership and ice cream came courtesy of ...
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Case study: Wal-Mart – Big and powerful- Wal-Mart has made some giant leaps forward in its sustainability journey. But how far do old habits die hard Wal-Mart is the worlds biggest company in terms of both revenue ($47bn in 2013-14) and...
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Director of Sustainability- Acre is pleased to be working with one of the fastest growing innovators in corporate communications to build their sustainability offering. Their multi-lateral approach is playing a major part in ...
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Tobacco and fossil fuels lose out as investors opt for more ethical industries - More investors are moving their support from the tobacco and fossil fuel industries in favour of more ethical and socially responsible investments. Managed funds held in ethical and sustainable inv...
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July 2014 Taxcast - Tax Justice Network- The July 2014 Taxcast: what really happened at the Google shareholder meeting vote on a proposal for ethical tax principles Plus: we discuss what the new tax haven-friendly EU Commission President...
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Making my own baby food: why I'm choosing golden delicious over Goldfish - Heres the thing: the majority of Americans are fat. So much so that most people dont even consider themselves fat, probably because everyone around them is also fat. Lots of kids are fat too - a ...
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Tech creche calls for smartphones to be left out of the woods - The trilling of mobile phones in the forest may be a thing of the past with the introduction of what is being termed a tech creche in a national park to encourage visitors to leave their gadgets be...
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Sustainable packaging: there's no such thing as 'waste' - Taking a holistic approach to consumer goods packaging, it is possible to be sustainable, innovative and profitable. Global brands manufacture on an industrial scale, co-ordinating worldwide logist...
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New Ethical Shopping App features CSRHub Sustainability Ratings- A voyage of self-discovery and regeneration across one of the planets wildest and most rugged landscapes. Paddlenorth tells the riveting story of Jennifer Kingsleys 54 day paddling adventure on t...
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In ‘Big Little Lies,’ Liane Moriarty Finds New Complications - NYTimes.com- The book-buying public isnt taking many chances this summer. Established hits like "Gone Girl, "Unbroken and "The Glass Castle remain lodged on best-seller lists. Readers are still struggling t...
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Your Daily Eye Queue: A Closer Look at Officine Générale, Ethical Boxer Briefs, and More…- Movies Full of Gatsby era menswear, Woody Allens Magic in the Moonlight explores a mans conversion from "skeptic to believer. (Chicago Tribune ) Business Pierre Mahéo, the designer behind Offici...
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New technology uses social media to keep track of water levels - Riverside homeowners across England and Wales can rest easy in their beds tonight. After a few weeks of good weather (by British standards), the risk of watercourses breaking their banks are minima...
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Do students really choose colleges based on how green they are? - Environmental initiatives are increasingly used as a selling point in every area of commerce, and higher education is no exception. The Princeton Review recently released its fifth annual guide to ...
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Impact of Social Sciences – Publicly available data from Twitter is public evidence and does not necessarily constitute an “ethical dilemma”.- An article in Scientific American suggests further ethical considerations should be made for research derived from Twitter data. Ernesto Priego questions first the extent to which Twitter will actu...
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Engineering Ethics Into A Robot- What is the human responsibility of creating artificial intelligence with moral autonomy How can we engineer ethics into a robot responsibly Researchers from Tufts University, Brown University, a...
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The Death Penalty Drug That May Be Causing Cruel And Unusual Executions- by Tara Culp-Ressler Posted on July 24, 2014 at 12:39 pm "The Death Penalty Drug That May Be Causing Cruel And Unusual Executions" Arizona inmate Joseph Rudolph Wood took nearly two hours to die. E...
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PC.119 Ethical issues regar... [Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed. 2014] - PubMed - NCBI- Recruitment of preterm or sick infants to trials requires approaching parents at a particularly difficult time, often within a tight timescale for making a decision. This raises challenges for the ...
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Help support whistleblower Jeremy Hammond by Free Jeremy- Jeremy Hammond, a former member of the hacking network Anonymous who has become a cause célèbre for hacktivists, civil libertarians and those concerned about the rights of whistleblowers, is a gift...
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IPSC appeals to major supermarkets for an ethical purchase policy on 30th anniversary of Dunnes Anti-Apartheid Strike- The Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign has written to the head offices of Dunnes Store, Marks & Spencer, Tesco Ireland, Aldi and Lidl asking to to remove Israeli products from their shelves, as ...
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Ukip's New Migration Spokesman Steven Woolfe On Party's 'Ethical Immigration Policy'- Ukips new migration spokesperson Steven Woolfe has promised to forge the "most ethical immigration policy" of all the parties in the run up to the general election. After being named migration and...
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International Humanist and Ethical Union - The International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU) is deeply pained by the resumption of conflict, after a period of relative peace, between Israel and the Palestinian Territories. Reflecting on t...
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NDP hired MP’s girlfriend in Montreal satellite office- After beginning a romantic relationship with a Quebec NDP MP, a staff member left her job in his constituency office earlier this year and was given a contract position in one of the partys conten...
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Gaza is Everyone's Concern :: SACSIS.org.za- All of my nearest, most beloved comrades fought from the rooftops, in the fires, from the bunkers.  Most of them perished.  I hurts me that I can no longer remember all their names.  We memorialize...
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Twitter is public, but who does that benefit? » Nieman Journalism Lab- You may remember a public debate that was sparked not too long ago by a BuzzFeed story about sexual assault: Are tweets public What sort of judgment should journalists use when amplifying statemen...
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Cotton to Catwalk, Ethical Fashion Show - ITC's 50th Anniversary with Stella Jean - GENEVA - The International Trade Centre (ITC) Ethical Fashion Initiative, invited Stella Jean to participate in an event marking the 50th anniversary of ITC in Geneva on 12 June 2014. The partnersh...
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Directness in Marketing Pt 1 - The Cultural Communication Gap - Lack of Directness can make our marketing and branding sweet but without substance or content. Lynn Serafinn discusses why Directness is vitally important in our marketing, and why it is often the ...
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Why You Should Align Yourself with Ethical Marketers- You are very welcome! Being willing to be completely transparent and vulnerable is not an easy task, however I feel it necessary in order to help people avoid going through what I did. Sorry about ...
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Hantu: Making a Better World one Batik at a Time - GloTIME- I turned up to be ushered into an express lane where you were filtered into one of two categories: Award Winner or Investor/Support. A big colored sticker stating WINNER was placed on what might ...
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How To Write Your Spiritual Ethical Will- How To Write Your Spiritual Ethical Will - Spiritual Ethical Will Ebook Offers Step-by-step Guidance To Writing Your Ethical Will So You Can Leave Your Heirs A Legacy That Is Equal To Or Greater Th...
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Poultry standards scandal: who is responsible? - poll - Following a Guardian report on hygiene conditions at UK poultry factories, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) has launched an investigation into processes at some chicken factories that supply the UK...
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Put a price on nature? We must stop this neoliberal road to ruin - This is the transcript of George Monbiots SPERI Annual Lecture, hosted by the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute at the University of Sheffield. Ladies and gentlemen, we are witnessing...
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EU agrees to improve energy efficiency 30% by 2030 - European Union member states will have to improve their energy efficiency by nearly a third in the next 15 years, under new proposals unveiled on Wednesday by the European commission. The target - ...
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Putting European food law back on the political menu - In his speech to the European Parliament on 15 July, the European commissions president, Jean-Claude Juncker, outlined his priorities for the next five years. Perhaps to the surprise of some obser...
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Sustainable meat is better for consumers and business - The quality and safety of meat is making headlines this week as the Guardians investigation into the UKs poultry industry has revealed alleged hygiene failings in factories and farms processing c...
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SYLVA • reviving Britain's wood culture- Good Woods has been nominated in the Best Business/NGO Partnership category at The 5th Annual Responsible Business Awards. This award goes to the best sustainability/corporate responsibility partne...
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The mission of the Ethical Brand Foundation is to deliver entrepreneurial initiative development and support to disadvantaged communities wherever these are found – from the back streets of major cities to remote villages on every continent.

We aim to provide people from all cultures and socio–economic backgrounds with the knowledge, practical skills as well as the technical support and confidence to find their feet in self employment; to participate and compete in the global economy with an emphasis on self reliance and personal integrity.

We are self funded by supporting genuine ethical brands in various ways so that they enjoy sustainable competitive advantage.

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