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Who Gives A Crap has secured its first $40 million investment. So what does that mean for the business?

Maggie Coggan, Tuesday, 5th October 2021 -  For the first time ever beloved toilet paper social enterprise Who Gives A Crap is bringing on investors to grow the business and its impact. We sat down with CEO and co-founder, Simon Griffiths, to find out the thinking behind the decision and how i

Fairtrade and B Lab unite to advance sustainable development goals

Maggie Coggan, Tuesday, 28th September 2021 -  The 17 global goals are intended to be achieved by 2030 

Opinion

Who Gives A Crap and Canva help lead corporate philanthropy into a new age

Jarrod Miles, Monday, 27th September 2021 -  To see two remarkable companies, who have built social impact and philanthropic pledges into their businesses, attract such attention from the investment community suggests an encouraging, socially minded, cultural shift in business, writes Jarrod Mi

How Australia Post brought its focus to sustainability

Nikki Stefanoff, Wednesday, 22nd September 2021 -  We sat down for a conversation with Susan Mizrahi, Australia Post’s chief sustainability officer, about how one of Australia’s most trusted brands approaches sustainability. 

B Corp Stone & Wood sold to Lion in a $500 million deal

Nikki Stefanoff, Wednesday, 22nd September 2021 -  As the very first brewery in Australia to become a B Corp, Stone & Wood has always championed community, people and planet. So, what happens to its B Corp status now it’s been sold? 

Australia’s emerging seaweed industry could be worth $1.5 billion by 2040

Nikki Stefanoff, Monday, 20th September 2021 -  To ensure Australia’s seaweed industry reaches its full potential, key players have joined forces to create the Australian Sustainable Seaweed Alliance — the industry’s first peak body. 

Building schools out of recycled plastic

Nikki Stefanoff, Wednesday, 8th September 2021 -  Could a new Eco-Block be the answer to rebuilding 200 schools in earthquake-devastated villages across Indonesia? Nikki Stefanoff speaks to the founder of Classroom of Hope to find out.

Businesses failing to hit SDG targets show little ambition for improvement

Nikki Stefanoff, Wednesday, 8th September 2021 -  To gain momentum on achieving the SDGs, businesses need to look beyond the easiest and simplest places for them to make contributions

Opinion

Company directors face crucial considerations on climate

David Ritter, Tuesday, 7th September 2021 -  As an 18-year-old school striker vies for a place on AGL’s board, David Ritter reflects on the responsibilities that fall to board directors when it comes to the climate crisis and why they need to do more than just look to their peers.

Woolworths leads the way in tackling modern slavery in supply chains

Nikki Stefanoff, Monday, 6th September 2021 -  New research ranking modern slavery statements of Top 100 ASX companies found that Woolworths, Wesfarmers and Westpac are just a few of the organisations leading the charge. 
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