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A Magnate's Green Epiphany
Ray C. Anderson, a leading green business advocate and founder of Interface, one of the world's largest carpet manufacturers, died recently. He'd spent the last 17 years promoting the benefits of sustainable business practices, not only for protecting the environment but for boosting the bottom line.
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His "epiphany" came in 1994, when he read Paul Hawken's "Ecology of Commerce." He documented his transformation from plunderer to protector in his book "Mid-Course Correction: Toward a Sustainable Enterprise," which is now required reading in every green M.B.A. program.
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Big-name brands sourcing from polluting China firms: Greenpeace
Some of the world's leading clothing brands rely on Chinese suppliers that pollute rivers with toxic, hormone-disrupting chemicals banned in Europe and elsewhere, environment group Greenpeace said in a report on Wednesday.
Adidas, Nike, Calvin Klein, Lacoste, Abercrombie and Fitch and China's Li Ning were among the global names identified following a year-long investigation that focused on two major Chinese suppliers, the Youngor Textile Complex in Ningbo on the Yangtze River Delta and the Well Dyeing Factory Ltd in the Pearl River Delta near Hong Kong.
Organic body outlines new US textile ruling
The Organic Trade Association has clarified how a new US policy memo which allows organic textiles to be sold in the USA in a similar way to organic food, is also in addition to existing FTC requirements.