Micro-grids, sustainable transport, and deforestation also come under the microscope as Ethical Corporation updates its editorial calendar for the rest of the year

Reflecting the changes and disruptions faced by business, we have updated our editorial calendar for the rest of the year to ensure subscribers receive in-depth management briefings and corporate case studies on the key issues impacting business.

Our expert team of independent journalists will produce in-depth briefings on the ethics of doing business in a digital age, the rise of micro-gridsand battery storage, afforestation and halting deforestation, the future of sustainable transport and more.

Each management briefing will consist of 18-20 pages, between 4,500-5000 words and feature 2-3 detailed corporate case studies pertaining to the issue analysed.

July 2018 Single issue focus

Rise of the micro-grids and battery storage: Looking at the new network of super-smart energy systems enabling the much wider adoption of solar and wind.

ONLINE ONLY – feature piece looking at product labelling: How brands can regain consumer trust, looking at push to reveal greater information, such as revealing the chemicals in household products, and growing moves in the US to label GM foods

August Single issue focus

 Sustainable transport: New developments in biofuels, electric vehicles and smart mobility platforms, plus China’s drive for clean urbanisation through its eco cities programme

ONLINE ONLY – feature piece highlighting the latest best practice around Reporting the SDGs. There will also be insights and analysis on the soon-to-be launched World Benchmarking Alliance

September – Extended printed issue

Full focus issue on the ethics of doing business in the digital age. The risks and opportunities posed by data. Current research, future safeguards. How such considerations are impacting key industries such as agriculture / automotive / technology. What do future business models look like where privacy is placed over profits


Afforestation and halting deforestation: A focus on the how companies are implementing zero-deforestation commitments and investor progress on protecting forests

Partnering for health: How businesses are partnering with cities and NGOs to tackle issues such as diabetes and poor sanitation

Event: The 9th Annual Responsible Business Awards

Event: The 13th Annual Responsible Supply Chain Summit Europe

Event: The 12th Annual Sustainability Reporting and Communications Summit Europe


Water risk: A look at how cities and companies are working to ensure water security amid growing water scarcity. 

Responsible tourism: How the hospitality industry is faring tackling its ballooning environmental footprint.

Event: The 2nd Annual Responsible Business Summit West


Review of the year: showcasing the best of Ethical Corporation from 2018


Our expert journalists provide a detailed look at the top trends and issues to look out for in 2019

The editor of the magazine is Terry Slavin (terry.slavin@ethicalcorp.com). If you are interested in sponsored content opportunities in the magazine then please get in touch with matt.buckingham@ethicalcorp.com.

Throughout the year we will continue to source insight and analysis from our reporters based in London, Edinburgh, Berlin, Washington, DC, San Francisco and Beirut to produce our CSR cheat sheet, report reviews, in-depth interviews, and opinion pieces. Ethical Corporation will also continue to publish video presentations and case studies from our events, featuring global brands sharing their responsible and sustainable business strategies.

Ethical Corporation subscribers have access to all the above content, plus an unparalleled archive of over 9,000 articles dating back to 2001. They also benefit from discounted passes to any EC event in the calendar. You can download a brochure explaining the benefits here. Alternatively, subscribe onlineemail the subscriptions team or phone +44 (0)207 375 7235.

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