Monthly Archives: September 2011

One Green Score for One Earth? 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) ( 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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