Posts tagged with ‘Regulation’

  • Nov102021

    Ailsa Dormon on Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) in the UK

      Our Consultant Alisa Dormon has been working together with Practical Law at Thompson Reuters Legal to produce two videos…

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  • Nov102021

    Responding to Emerging Climate Policy Divergence: Takeaways for Business

    Policy divergence is expected to increase as devolved and local governments develop their own approaches to climate action. At Sancroft,…

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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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  • 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

    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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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