Thanks for sharing, Eevee!
I skimmed and may have missed things, but I was surprised to see that "the majority of commitments in other areas have been won by direct collaboration with companies and without the need for a public campaign".
Just to clarify, was your impression that companies were happy to collaborate and compromise with advocates because of their desire to branded as ethical and sustainable? That is, they might see a credible threat that if they don't compromise, a public campaign might be launched. And they want to avoid this because the campaign could stain the company's reputation no matter whether it ends up taking up the corporate commitment in the end, after public pressure?
Superbly cool! Thank you very much for doing this research, Ren and team :D
Awesome, Arushi and Aaron! Hope you keep the momentum up and keep doing great things <3
Excellent post, thank you!
JLUK Chris Hallquist, Catriona Mackay, Greg Lewis and Ben Kuhn links don't work.