Monthly Archives: September 2011

One Green Score for One Earth?

http://www.onegreenscore.com/ Another research done under consumers to prove that the ethical consumer really exists. It does and doesn’t. It does, because there are a few passionate people out there, that really want to choose based on sustainability considerations. Globally we talk … Continue reading

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Slow movers, fast movers and questionmarks

So you work on making supply chains more sustainable. And you find out that retailers are slower in that than brand manufacturers. Why? I would say that it is because those retailers have more to think about: thousands of sku’s … Continue reading

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Retailers meet Aquaculture Stewardship Council

Well, we are organizing the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) (www.ascworldwide.org) European and US retailers meeting in September and October. It’s great to see that retailers are very much interested in making seafood more sustainable. With the Marine Stewardship Council as … Continue reading

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