I discuss the current state of monitoring, measuring, and analyzing supply chain sustainability, as well as progress advancing more sustainable practices by corporations and consumers.
Can We Put an End to Sweatshops?
An article by me and eight responses on the promise and challenges of promoting more ethical consumption was recently published as a book by MIT Press. Check it out here.
Community Driven Regulation
WINNER of the 2005 Outstanding Book Award from the Environment and Technology Section of the American Sociological Association.
Transforming Consumption: From Decoupling, to Behavior Change, to System Changes for Sustainable Consumption
The Impact of Sustainability Information on Consumer Decision Making
Market Movements: Nongovernmental Organization Strategies to Influence Global Production and Consumption
Opportunities and Obstacles for Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting in Developing Countries
Mandatory Planning for Environmental Innovation
Outsourcing Regulation: Non-Governmental Systems of Labor Standards and Monitoring.
Community Environmental Policing: Assessing New Strategies of Public Participation in Environmental Regulation.
Just Oil? The Distribution of Environmental and Social Impacts of Oil Production and Consumption.
Experiments in Transforming the Global Workplace: Incentives and Impediments to Improving Workplace Conditions in China
Monitoring the Monitors:A Critique of PricewaterhouseCooper's Labor Monitoring