The French bank has set a deadline of 2025 for its clients in Brazil to achieve zero deforestation and full traceability in their production and supply chains
Seven commodities continue to fuel the destruction of the world's forests - how can they be stopped?
A new analysis by WRI has calculated the precise role of seven major agricultural commodities in driving global tree cover loss, but what can be done to turn back the tide?
Voluntary industry commitments in consumer goods sector have struggled to make a dent in deforestation rates, CDP research suggests, furthering the case for regulatory action
Government unveils proposals designed to help curb deforestation linked to demand for forest-related products from UK consumers
The project involves combining satellite imagery with geolocation data to build a more complete picture of the firm's supply chain
Global Resource Initiative (GRI) taskforce also says UK has 'unparalleled opportunities' to green its supply chains as it seeks new global trade deals
Hundreds of major firms, including Amazon, BlackRock, and Tyson Foods, have no commitment to ending deforestation in their supply chains, Global Canopy claims
UK firms failing to track the impact of the soy used to feed their chickens, report finds
The headlines have been filled today with stark warnings from scientists about the state of the world's land masses - how will this impact the business community?
Independent Global Resource Initiative group to address deforestation and negative impacts driven by demand for palm oil, soya, beef, and other key commodities
Financial facility is 'world's first' focused on investing in responsible soy farming on underutilised land in Brazil
Pilot project from Drax and Deep Branch Biotechnology aims to find sustainable alternatives to soy and fishmeal
China's growing demand for soy is leaving billions of dollars of investments exposed to deforestation risks, CDP report finds
Retailer becomes latest firm to announce 100 per cent sustainable soy goal
Supermarket says all soy in its supply chain will be sustainably sourced by 2025
Chairman of COFCO Corporation, China's largest food processor, announces support for tougher restrictions on trading soy grown on deforested land
With reports of commodity-driven deforestation accelerating, sustainability in countries like Brazil and Indonesia needs a regional approach similar to that enjoyed by gourmet brands like Champagne
Company becomes first supermarket in the UK to purchase green credits for its entire soy footprint
Bunge, Banco Santander Brasil, and The Nature Conservancy join forces to launch new programme designed to help curb Brazilian deforestation
Supermarket giant pledges to transition to sourcing soy from verified zero deforestation areas by 2025 as part of new strategy