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    Most praised brands in 2018Q1

    Latest SIGWATCH ranking shows the most engaged corporations continuing to attract high praise from NGOs, but some newcomers too, eg. Signet and Tiffany’s, thanks to their strong stance on transparency in sourcing metals and gems....[more]

    Why global brands should tap NGOs to win the loyalty of consumers

    Ingrid Solberg, SIGWATCH – February 2018 Campaigning groups could be key to winning the loyalty of consumers, and especially Millennials (those aged 18-24) because NGOs are more trusted than business, government, or the media to...[more]

    Plastics pollution campaigning soars

    As plastics pollution continues to hit the headlines, our data shows that this latest corporate headache is probably going to get worse. As this chart shows, NGOs have massively ramped up activity on plastics in recent months,...[more]

    Why NGOs love Wholefoods and Ikea more than Walmart and Apple

    Although criticism is still their default mode, NGOs are increasingly prepared to praise corporations that 'do the right thing'. However, firms that appear to be trying equally hard to address NGOs' concerns may not end up being...[more]

    Trump walks away from Paris climate agreement. Blame Greenpeace

    Did Greenpeace unwittingly create the conditions that enabled Trump's most dramatic anti-environmental decision to date: pulling out of the 2015 Paris climate agreement? Shortly after President Trump was inaugurated, Greenpeace...[more]

    Swiss Radio interviews Robert Blood on Nestle's new approach with NGOs

    Click here to listen to Swiss public radio discuss on how Nestle has changed the way it deals with its critics. Robert Blood of SIGWATCH is interviewed. Broadcast is in German.[more]

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