The Sustainability Forum

9
Sep

THE SUSTAINABILITY CONSORTIUM – HELPING MAKE ALL CONSUMER PRODUCTS MORE SUSTAINABLE

By Dr. Kevin Dooley, Chief Scientist at Sustainability Consortium, Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management, Arizona State University Article from Business View The Sustainability Price-Tag of Consumer Goods Consumer goods […] …

31
Aug

Sizing Up How Agriculture Connects to Deforestation

Article from Earth Observatory Every year, scientists at the University of Maryland publish new data about the state of Earth’s forests based on observations from Landsat satellites. As has often been the case in […] …

29
Jun

Collaboration for wastewater treatment – a pathway to sustainability

Collaborations across the board – among experts, international brands, national governments and manufacturers along the fashion value chain – are key to achieving effective wastewater management. Read more  » …

18
May

When sustainability commitments aren’t public, do they even exist?

Article from GreenBiz
This article is sponsored by The Sustainability Consortium. Read more  » …

18
May

Report Provides New Farmer Insights on Farm-Level Data Collection and Sharing in 2021

Article from Farm Journal   Trust In Food and The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) provide actionable data on the complex relationship among farmers, their operations’ production data and conservation. Lenexa, Kan., (May 10, […] …

17
May

Collaboration Drives Coca-Cola to Streamline Sustainability Reporting from Farm to Retail

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13
May

New Report Shows Product Manufacturers’ Sustainability Scores Improved 38% Since 2016, Companies Pursued Improvements During Global Pandemic

Scottsdale, AZ, May 13, 2021 – The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) reported today that between 2016 to 2020, the THESIS assessments of product manufacturers have improved 38%. Read more  » …

16
Apr

Sustainability commitments: Similarities and Differences between Retailers and Brand manufacturers

Article from Wageningen University
Climate change, resource depletion, inequality. Read more  » …

14
Apr

New Report Finds Companies Producing Home and Personal Care Products Increasingly Implementing Safer Practices

This report is the second report in an ongoing series aimed at using THESIS’ unique data set to raise awareness of key challenges and opportunities in creating more sustainable products. …

2
Apr

Study Highlights Recycler’s Northwest Arkansas Operations

Article from Talk Business & Politics

Global nonprofit The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) recently released a study featuring Cassville, Mo.-based recycler Marck Recycling that shows more work is needed to improve existing systems to recycle plastic film, including grocery and trash bags, food packaging, and wraps for agricultural products. Read more  » …