Author archive for Sancroft Team

  • Dec032018

    Giving Food Waste the Attention It Deserves

    The stark reality is that one third of food is wasted globally at a cost of $750 billion. To put…

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  • Nov192018

    Sancroft & Manufacture 2030

    The challenge with waste Businesses today are faced with mounting pressures to ensure they are taking the necessary steps to…

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  • Sep032018

    What business needs to know about materiality

    An interview with Judy Kuszewski and Toby Webb. Click Here to listen to the Podcast. FTSE100 companies lack innovation when…

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  • Aug062018

    The Surge for Power: The Ethics Behind Batteries

    Earlier this year, Jaguar revealed its first all-electric SUV, the latest of its kind since Tesla’s Model X in 2015,…

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  • Jul182018

    Future-proof football: Creating an ESG conscious Premier League

    The World Cup has captured the heart of the nation but as the spotlight shines on global football stars, we…

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  • Jul042018

    Towards a New Materiality: A review of the current practices of FTSE 100 & a possible path ahead

    Running a sustainable business depends on understanding and focusing on what matters most – the activities and impacts most crucial…

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  • May242018

    Modern Slavery in Public Procurement: A podcast discussion with Lord Deben

    Lord Deben, Chairman of Sancroft, outlines to Innovation Forum’s Ian Welsh the main findings from recent research into modern slavery…

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  • May112018

    Shedding leather – not necessarily a sustainable solution?

    40% of millennials now admit to making a conscious effort to reduce the amount of meat which they consume. Environmentally…

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  • Apr252018

    Modern Slavery: taking centre stage

    March saw modern slavery take centre stage for events at Sancroft: We sat on a panel discussion at Innovation Forum’s…

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  • Mar222018

    The Sancroft-Tussell Report: Eliminating Modern Slavery in Public Procurement

    In 2017, UK central government awarded over £52 billion in new contracts for the delivery of vital public services and…

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