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Boards responsibility against Modern Slavery

Directors of Australian entities with revenues of over $100m, have principal responsibility for disclosing in annual statements potential modern slavery risks in their supply chain and be confident of genuine progress towards the elimination of slavery under the Modern Slavery...

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Is water stewardship a big ask?

Water efficiency, while a useful practice, isn’t enough to manage the risk of too much or too little water or poor water quality. Whether in industry, business or communities we need a good framework that recognises the need for collective...

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How does water impact food availability?

Water has a huge impact on food production as the devastating impacts of extreme flooding in the last few weeks show. Drought and exceptionally variable rainfall patterns are a fundamental part of the Australian landscape. Climate change is aggravating water...

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How sustainable is your purchasing?

Consumers expect their favourite brands to be doing the right thing. This includes sourcing materials and products from sustainable sources. Sometimes called ethical or responsible sourcing, sustainable procurement aims to integrate environmental and social considerations in the procurement of goods and...

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Is there a risk of modern slavery in your business?

Modern Slavery is the serious exploitation of other people for personal or commercial gain. An estimated 40 million people are victims of modern slavery worldwide, including within Australia. While few businesses would knowingly engage in exploitative practices, we all share a...

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