Stakeholder involvement for responsbile supply chains. Ulula connects businesses, workers, communities and governments to de-risk operations and create value across global supply chains.
Listen to workers and communities across your operations and supply chains. Prevent risks with cost-effective feedback and case management systems. Empower stakeholders throughout your entire organization.
Our advisory committee is currently being defined. We are accepting inquiries from industry stakeholders with expert knowledge to participate as advisors.
Fish continues to be one of the most-traded food commodities worldwide with more than half of fish exports by value originating in developing countries. Recent reports by experts, international organizations, industry and civil society representatives all highlight the tremendous potential of the oceans and inland waters now, and even more so in the future, to contribute significantly to food security and adequate nutrition for a global population expected to reach 9.7 billion by 2050.
Across the world, reports of ethical concerns about human and labor rights issues in seafood supply chains are increasing. This white paper aims to serve as a tool to help conservation NGOs and human rights experts join forces to improve human and labor rights in the seafood industry. It also seeks to provide businesses with background on the drivers of human rights and labor abuses (e.g. trafficking and forced labor), as well as resources business can utilize to plan and implement social responsibility protocols within their supply chains.
The First Global Integrated Marine Assessment, also known as the “World Ocean Assessment I”, is the outcome of the first cycle of the Regular Process for Global Reporting and Assessment of the State of the Marine Environment, including Socioeconomic Aspects. The first World Ocean Assessment provides an important scientific basis for the consideration of ocean issues by Governments, intergovernmental processes, and all policy-makers and others involved in ocean affairs.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has been called the next Industrial Revolution — it will impact the way all businesses, governments, and consumers interact with the physical world. The global IoT market will grow from $157B in 2016 to $457B by 2020, attaining a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 28.5%. Emerging technologies based on blockchain and distributed ledger hold the promise for transformative impact over the next few years.
Jeremy Rifkin explores how Internet technology and renewable energy are merging to create a powerful "Third Industrial Revolution." He asks us to imagine hundreds of millions of people producing their own green energy in their homes, offices, and factories, and sharing it with each other in an "energy internet," just like we now create and share information online.
You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.