The newfound popularity of the Misiones province has prompted tourism entrepreneurs to increase their activity with little concern for safeguarding the natural and cultural beauties that characterize it. But Lipsia forestry company has managed to achieve the perfect synergy between its corporate responsibility and its commitment to innovation.
We would like to highlight a sample of those companies attending Expo West that have made the sustainability journey with the Rainforest Alliance, and that stand out in the crowd, by sourcing ingredients from farms and forests that follow environmentally and socially responsible practices, and invite you to visit their booths.
During the first of what the Rainforest Alliance is planning as a series of stakeholder workshops focused on pressing issues related to sustainability, representatives from companies and the United States government came together in late January to discuss labor issues in supply chains, focused on coffee and cocoa. This forum was created to provide an open, cross-sectoral space in which stakeholders could share freely and learn from each other’s experiences on visibility into labor conditions upstream in supply chains of these commodities.
Valentine’s Day, a time to express your love to the people around you, can result in the opposite effect on the planet. Most people celebrate the holiday by buying gifts for their significant other, but many also show their love to family, friends, coworkers, and even pets. Those are a lot of gifts, that can add up to a lot of environmental impact and even waste. But not every rose has to have its thorn; there is a way to invite sustainability into your Valentine’s Day gift giving.