RWI’s Malin Oud discussed corporate responsibility, human rights and sustainable consumption last month during Lund University Sustainability Week, co-organized by RWI along with the Lund University Sustainability Forum.
The changing global dynamics calls for a different approach to assigning … Continue reading » ““Companies Have a Responsibility to Respect Human Rights”” Continue readingMore Tag
Producing a battery is resource intensive and demand for metals like cobalt, copper and nickel is soaring, leading to their colloquial name “blood batteries”. To fill that demand, artisanal miners in the Congo are digging deep, working under terrible conditions … Continue reading » “The Effects of Mining for Blood Batteries” Continue readingMore Tag
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute is supporting and participating in Lund University’s Sustainability Week at the end of April. The week gather students and researchers’ at Lund University and citizens of Lund to create the opportunity of meeting and discussing sustainability … Continue reading » “RWI on Blood Batteries, Fashion and Consumption” Continue readingMore Tag