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Posts tagged with ‘Sustainability Reporting’

  • May202019

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

    In 2017/18, the government spent around £284 billion buying goods, services and works from external suppliers, accounting for around one…

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  • Apr032019

    Sustainability Summit | Key Takeaways

    The second Sustainability Summit, chaired by UN Environment Programme’s Butch Bacani, offered pension funds, insurance companies, charities and corporates the…

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  • Dec172018

    Bridging the Gap Between Business & Human Rights: Where Next?

    2018 has been a big year for business and human rights. We have seen the topic continue to rise up…

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  • 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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  • Nov082018

    Innovation in the Built Environment: What could construction look like in the future?

    What comes to mind when you think of a construction site? Towering cranes counter-weighted by enormous concrete blocks, heavy-duty lorries…

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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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  • 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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  • Feb272018

    Why there are no excuses for businesses not to act on modern slavery in 2018

    With the Modern Slavery Act coming into force in 2015, public scrutiny of the crimes of human trafficking and modern…

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