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  • Sep012021

    Strengthening corporate accountability through the Modern Slavery Act

    Since its inception in 2015, the UK Modern Slavery Act has been criticised as relying on ‘tick-box’ disclosures that lack…

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  • Sep012021

    What is The National Food Strategy and why is it important?

    As the world continues to develop and grow in the face of global environmental and social challenges, ensuring a well-functioning…

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  • Sep012021

    Adapting to change: Why mitigation isn’t enough in the climate storm

    The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)’s latest report is clear and damning in its conclusion: “it is unequivocal and…

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  • Jun302021

    Uyghurs, cotton, and ethics: how can fashion retailers respond?

    The concerns related to ethical credentials of cotton produced in China has recently put companies across the international fashion industry…

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  • Jun302021

    What does the EU Taxonomy mean for companies?

    The European Union has introduced a sweeping range of measures in recent months aimed at greening the European economy and…

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  • Jun302021

    The future of textile regulation

    We are currently consuming more than ever and managing the disposal of all these products is a growing problem across…

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  • Jun302021

    Sancroft Insight: June 2021

    Welcome to Sancroft’s June newsletter! There is, as ever, much to catch up on, and we are excited to share…

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  • Mar262021

    Sancroft Insight: March 2021

    March comes with the promise of new ‘green investment’ through the UK Chancellor’s latest budget provisions. Included are green bonds,…

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  • Mar262021

    UN PRI’s New Reporting Framework – what are the big changes to expect?

    In recent years the UN Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) has grown into one of the most significant initiatives in…

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  • Mar242021

    The clock is ticking with One Year to go on the Plastic Tax.

    We are, only a year away from the Plastic Tax and it is all getting threateningly real.  And there is…

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  • Mar122021

    The three steps Boards must take on climate

    Whilst the world gets to grips with vaccines, variants and other pandemic-related challenges, it’s undeniable that 2021 will also be…

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  • Jan282021

    Sancroft Monthly Insight: January 2021

    We all hope your 2021 is off to a flying start! Here at Sancroft virtual HQ we have been laying…

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  • Jan282021

    Abolishing modern slavery: efforts to hold businesses accountable accelerate

    The issue of modern slavery has again been hitting headlines this month. This is no longer simply a moral issue…

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  • Jan282021

    2021: the year biodiversity and inequality get mainstream attention – and commercial impact

    2021 will not only see the further mainstreaming of sustainability for businesses and citizens, it will also be the year…

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  • Jan282021

    ESG for PE and alternative asset managers

    The ESG wave is continuing its steady progress, washing over the whole of the international finance and investment community –…

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  • Dec172020

    Sancroft Monthly Insight: December Edition

    It’s finally here! Nearly time to turn the page on 2020, and not a moment too soon. And what better…

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  • Dec172020

    Our top trends in sustainable business for 2020

    As a challenging and unconventional year draws to a close, we reflect back on the trends and developments that have…

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  • Dec112020

    Sancroft in the media: Financial Times (December 2020)

    Our CEO, Judy Kuszewski, also Chair of the GRI Global Sustainability Standards Board, penned a letter that was featuerd in…

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  • Dec072020

    How prepared is your business for mandatory human rights and environmental due diligence measures?

    Businesses are increasingly being called to account for injustices occurring in their supply chains – be that forced labour in…

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  • Dec072020

    Is carbon offsetting a viable tool in a company’s transition to net-zero emissions?

    The simple answer is ‘Yes ……. But’. As with many complex problems that businesses need to tackle, carbon offsetting is…

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  • Nov042020

    Food Tech Matters 2020: How technology is shaping future industry

    The latest edition of Food Tech Matters took place in October and its new entirely digital format did not disappoint.…

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  • Oct302020

    Sancroft Monthly Insight: October Edition

    Welcome to this month’s Sancroft newsletter – our regular roundup of insights and events in the sustainable business and ESG…

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  • Oct262020

    Alphabet soup or acronym salad? Either way, the main meal is yet to come…

    It seems, among many unexpected things 2020 has brought, the time of ESG may be upon us. Or at least…

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  • Oct162020

    Sancroft in the media: Sustainable Plastics (October 2020)

    Our Director Felix is featured in the September/October issue Sustainable Plastics posing that whilst businesses begin to define their post-pandemic…

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