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L’eau, un risque émergent pour les entreprises

  • 12 March 2012

Plusieurs grandes entreprises, dont Shell, seront présentes au Forum mondial de l'eau, qui se déroule à  Marseille du 12 au 17 mars. Une présence qui pourrait déclencher quelques controverses concernant les impacts des entreprises sur la ressource en eau. Certaines…

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Shipping giant sees biofuels in its future

  • 5 March 2012

A.P. Moeller Maersk, the world’s biggest container ship owner, is leading its industry in developing biofuels made from organic waste that could cut its carbon emissions and reduce a $6 billion annual fuel bill. Maersk is conducting tests with two…

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Puma Puts Financial Value on Environmental Impact

  • 19 May 2011

Puma is the first company in the world to put a value on the ecosystem services it uses to produce its sports shoes and clothes. In a huge leap for CSR, the company has published an economic valuation of the…

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Gucci Aims to Reduce Packaging, CO2 Emissions

  • 14 June 2010

At the center of Gucci’s new eco program is the company’s ‘green’ packaging initiative that aims to reduce materials consumption, exclusively use paper certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and be 100 percent recyclable. The initiative will be launched…

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‘Home’ documentary a risk for Gucci parent PPR

  • 2 June 2009

A new film about human excess and its impact on Earth's fragile ecosystem debuts Friday, marking an unusual risk for its financial backer, one of the planet's biggest retailing conglomerates, France's PPR SA. PPR, the maker of Gucci leather handbags…

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CRJP Asks WWF-UK to Withdraw ‘Deeper Luxury’ Report

  • 7 December 2007

The Council for Responsible Jewellery Practices (CRJP) took issue with a recent report published by WWF-UK (read) titled Deeper Luxury. CRJP's CEO Michael Rae distributed a letter to the group and other NGOs, CRJP members, and the media stating the…

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Deeper Luxury by WWF…What are you made of?

  • 5 December 2007

Les marques de luxes peuvent-elles àªtre «éthiques» ? Le respect de l’environnement (production, protection de la faune et de la flore), le comportement social de certaines maisons de luxe ont été passés aux cribles. Le rapport de la WWF (UK),…

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