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It's time to boycott Amazon. Amazon is stripping away our public services to make our product cheaper
From Ethical Consumer Issue 141, Mar/Apr 2013
Why did the Climate Camp pitch its tents outside BAA's international office?
From Ethical Consumer Issue 108, September/October 2007
Is someone at your workplace being paid hundreds pounds per hour to scare you out of joining a union?
Fur is officially out. We report on the companies who have, and have not, signed to a new retailer commitment against fur.
From Ethical Consumer, Issue 103, November/December 2006
In the wake of the latest military coup in Honduras, the original ‘Banana Republic,’ Leonie Nimmo investigates the shocking history of Chiquita Brands International.
We report on the UK companies operating in the most oppressive regime in the world.
From Ethical Consumer, Issue 104, January/February 2007
We look at some of the companies profiting from the invasion of Iraq.
From Ethical Consumer, Issue 102, September/October 2006
In a world realising that current levels of consumerism are unsustainable, what is the role of a company making products that are used once and thrown away?
From Ethical Consumer, Issue 105, March/April 2007
KKR is one of the world’s largest private equity firms, and that means that its environmental and social decisions affect millions of workers and consumers across the world.
From Ethical Consumer, Issue 109, November/December 2007
Leonnie Nimmo investigates Cargill Incorporated, the food company that's profiting from rising food prices.
From Ethical Consumer, Issue 126, September/October 2010
Mattel and Hasbro have been in the news, recalling millions of toys deemed unsafe for children. Where is the concern for the safety of those who make them?
From Ethical Consumer, Issue 110, January/February 2008
Metsähallitus - sad tunes from Finnish timber land
The last remaining ancient forests in Europe are being logged by Finnish state-owned enterprise Metsähallitus.
From Ethical Consumer, Issue 112, May/June 2008
We report on the nuclear industry’s attempt to portray itself as the clean energy provider of the future.
From Ethical Consumer, Issue 101, July/August 2006
Ethical Consumer launches a boycott of companies involved in oil sands extraction
From Ethical Consumer Issue 119, July/August 2009
Tim Hunt looks at how tax avoidance schemes now lie at the heart of the modern, corporate-dominated, Olympic Games.
From Ethical Consumer Issue 137, July/August 2012
Ethical Consumer Magazine looks at PPR, one of those 'who?' companies that owns many familiar brands such as Gucci.
From Ethical Consumer, Issue 111, March/April 2008
Ewa Jasiewicz visited Tirupur, India to assess the results of the Panorama exposé of child labour in Primark’s supply chain.
From Ethical Consumer, Issue 116, Jan/Feb 2009
War on Want’s John Hilary shines the spotlight on the growth of private military companies profiting from conflicts around the world.
From Ethical Consumer 106, May/June 2007
According to Friends of the Earth Scotland, the Royal Bank of Scotland is rapidly accelerating our planet towards its climatic tipping point by financing fossil fuel extraction.
From Ethical Consumer 107, July/Aug 2007
The people who work for SGS are social auditors, inspecting factories and forests for sweatshop labour and illegal logging. So, they’re the good guys, right? Yes and no, says Scott Clouder
From Ethical Consumer issue 114, September/October 2008
We look at 5 previous Corporate Watch features to see what progress has been made - Bechtel and Bolivia; Striking electricians and Carillion; Shell in Nigeria; Ilisu Dam; Monsanto and GM.
From Ethical Consumer, Issue 100, May/June 2006