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Apple Inc. Making Progress on Sustainability In China, Though Workers and the Environment Still Deserve Better

Ever since I got a sneak peak at the evidence Chinese environmental groups recently leveled against Apple, I’ve been researching, gasping, and writing about some¬†appalling¬†practices and how to improve them. Not only does the production of personal electronics rank low on social and environmental impacts, but Apple’s practices put it at the bottom of a […]

Responsible Competitiveness in China

On November 30, I joined colleagues at the EU China Business Summit in Nanjing, Jiangsu, which dovetailed with the EU-China political meeting. That day in Nanjing, under support from the Sino-Swedish Corporate Social Responsibility cooperation, AccountAbility launched the report Responsible Competitiveness in China 2009: Seizing the low carbon opportunity for green development. This from AccountAbility: […]

My first book, which happens to be in Chinese (English copy available too)

I only wrote parts of this, but, along with the Ministry of Commerce’s WTO Tribune, I edited it. I was responsible for overseeing the translation and editing new content. The original report contains essays from Al Gore, Sir Nicholas Stern, Laura Tyson, and numerous others. From AccountAbility’s website: AccountAbility and Chinese partners WTO Tribune launched […]