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Collaborating Toward the Good Life: A Conversation with Keurig Green Mountain's Monique Oxender
Collaborating Toward the Good Life: A Conversation with Keurig Green Mountain's Monique Oxender

Press Release / A self-proclaimed “complexity junkie,” Monique Oxender, Keurig Green Mountain’s Chief Sustainability Officer, doesn’t bat an eye at tackling big, complicated issues. From the future of coffee to the recyclability of Keurig’s pods, Oxender and her team have provided innovative solutions to complex issues across the value chain — all while embodying Keurig’s signature focus on collaboration. - 1 year ago

How Driscoll's Is Creating Shared Value in Berry Supply Chains
How Driscoll's Is Creating Shared Value in Berry Supply Chains

Supply Chain / The buyer-supplier relationship is changing in more ways than you might imagine. Consumers and retailers are increasingly demanding that suppliers demonstrate their sustainability: How are buyers and suppliers collectively adapting to changes in the market, as well as labor and environmental pressures? My conversation with Kelley Bell, VP of social and environmental impact at Driscoll’s, provided insight into how large food brands are approaching these challenges and what the conversation is like among leading businesses as they work to create shared value with and for their suppliers. - 1 year ago

Steelcase Draws Sustainability Inspiration from an Unlikely Source: The Healthcare Industry
Steelcase Draws Sustainability Inspiration from an Unlikely Source: The Healthcare Industry

Product, Service & Design Innovation / Questions — and asking the right ones — are at the heart of Patricia Wang’s role as design researcher in WorkSpace Futures for Steelcase Inc. These days, the biggest question Wang faces is just as complicated and ambiguous as it is important: How can Steelcase encourage employees to get to a future state that is better both for them and for the planet? - 1 year ago

The Hundred People Behind Your Favorite Pair of Jeans
The Hundred People Behind Your Favorite Pair of Jeans

Supply Chain / Have you ever stopped to think about how many people were involved in making the clothes you buy? Chances are you have heard about or read The Travels of a T-shirt in a Global Economy or listened to Planet Money’s piece on making a t-shirt. Both are incredibly interesting examinations of the effects of global trade on the fashion industry, developing countries and garment workers. - 1 year ago

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Why ‘Green’ Consumerism Isn’t Taking Off
Why ‘Green’ Consumerism Isn’t Taking Off

Behavior Change / If sustainability is so “in,” why aren’t more people buying ethically made clothes? The past few decades have changed the shape of the apparel industry. A few iconic media scandals over child labor and sweatshop labor have made Western shoppers sensitive to certain social responsibility topics. - 1 year ago

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