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Ethical Corporation's CSR-related podcasts

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Biodiversity and corporate responsibility: Business drivers and action

1/31/2011
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Oliver Balch, author of a new briefing on biodiversity and big companies, speaks with Ian Welsh, Ethical Corporation editor, about how business is beginning to respond to the looming biodiversity crisis around the world

Duration:00:14:49

Truvia podcast: Growing a sustainable supply chain in Argentina

1/30/2011
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Toby Webb speaks with Zanna McFerson of Truvia/Cargill about the sustainable development of their recently launched natural sweetener product

Duration:00:06:49

Why recent attacks on the Marine Stewardship Council are misguided

11/11/2010
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Brendan May, former CEO of the MSC and a contributing editor to Ethical Corporation, tells Toby Webb why critics of the scheme are taking the wrong approach

Duration:00:03:00

Navigating China's NGOs and GONGOs, a podcast with Jon Tai

10/28/2010
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John Tai, of East China Normal University, tells Paul French how the confusing array of Chinese NGOs and government NGOs (GONGOs) fit together in modern China

Duration:00:11:03

Burma outsourcing, China's oil economics, and Asian pipeline fires

10/28/2010
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Paul French and Sam Chambers discuss various aspects of China's relentless economic expansion into Burma, outsourcing trends and oil economics in the region

UK sustainable agriculture, what's the role for big business in 2010?

10/21/2010
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David Wilkinson, director of European agriculture of PepsiCo, discusses the company's new ambitious UK carbon and water reduction targets

Duration:00:07:44

"Urgent need for collaboration" in UK sustainable farming

10/20/2010
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The UK corporate, NGO and farming community needs to work together much more effectively on sustainability, argues Charles Secrett, one of Britain's leading environmental experts in a new podcast

Duration:00:16:44

Ghana podcast 3: Kuapa Kokoo, fair trade and Ghana's cocoa farmers

9/19/2010
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Emmanuel Arthur, the executive director of Kuapa Kokoo Farmers Union (KKFU), tells the story of how Ghana's largest farmer co-operative came about, fair trade in cocoa farming, and what the future holds for expansion

Duration:00:40:03

Interface: The case for environmental product declarations

9/15/2010
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Ramon Arratia, sustainability director EMEA for IntefaceFLOR, discusses why his company has created a campaign to promote the idea of complete environmental product declations for products in the B2B sector

Duration:00:12:07

China podcast: Newsweek's Duncan Hewitt on labour unrest and manufacturing

9/13/2010
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Ethical Corporation’s China Editor Paul French talks with Newsweek’s Shanghai correspondent Duncan Hewitt about the big issues in Chinese factories, manufacturing and labour relations

Duration:00:05:57

CSR and philantrophy in China - A podcast with the 'Charitarian'

9/12/2010
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Paul French talks to the co-founder and editor of The Charitarian Magazine, Clare Pearson, a lawyer specialising in CR and based in Beijing

Duration:00:23:19

Ghana podcast 6: Kraft UK boss Nick Bunker on sustainability

9/5/2010
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Kraft UK and Ireland president Nick Bunker discusses the company's strategy on corporate responsibility and sustainability on a recent tour of cocoa farms in Ghana

Duration:00:02:44

Ghana podcast 5: What can fair trade do for Ghana, and West Africa?

9/4/2010
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Harriet Lamb, executive director of the UK's Fairtrade Foundation, talks to Toby Webb about her views on the achievements of fair trade in Ghana, and the potential for it elsewhere in the region

Duration:00:28:29

Ghana podcast 4: Cadbury/Kraft's David Croft on sustainability in cocoa

9/4/2010
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Ethical Corporation's Toby Webb speaks with David Croft, head of sustainable agriculture for Kraft UK, about the company's fair trade and cocoa partnership programmes in Ghana

Duration:01:01:23

Ghana podcast 2: World Vision's Daniel Sante on corporate/NGO partnerships

9/1/2010
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Daniel Sante, regional co-ordinator for World Vision, in a cocoa producing region in Ghana, discusses his views on how progress is being made to improve conditions on cocoa farms in the country

Duration:00:10:20

Ghana podcast 1: A cocoa farmer on sustainability

9/1/2010
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Ethical Corporation's Toby Webb recently travelled to Ghana to visit cocoa farms with Cadbury/Kraft to look at how corporate initiatives and fair trade can make a difference to stakeholders

Duration:00:04:16

Podcast: Doing business in China, financial crime and anti-corruption trend

8/9/2010
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China editor Paul French and Chris Torrens, author of "Doing business in China" talk about some of the trends for foreign companies to be aware of in the country

Duration:00:04:21

How companies are unlocking profit in water savings

7/14/2010
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Toby Webb and Pam Muckosy of Ethical Corporation discuss the state of play in water risk and opportunity management by large companies, based on original research recently published by Ethical Corporation.

Duration:00:10:20

How are companies responding to the UK CRC Energy Efficiency scheme?

7/14/2010
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Ethical Corporation's head of research, Pam Muckosy, discusses with Toby Webb how the new scheme will be affecting company carbon and efficiency strategies in 2010 and beyond, and the penalties and rewards related to compliance

Duration:00:11:00

Extended podcast: Greenpeace's John Sauven on BP, Unilever, Marks and Spenc

5/23/2010
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In an exclusive podcast Toby Webb speaks with John Sauven, Executive Director of Greenpeace UK, about his views on responsible business, campaigning, companies in the news and the debate around NGO accountability