60 minutes | Oct 20th 2020

#126 - What Is Corporate Accountability and How Is It Being Enforced? with Charity Ryerson of Corporate Accountability Lab

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In this episode, we welcome Charity Ryerson to the show. Charity is the Executive Director and founder of the Corporate Accountability Lab. Corporate Accountability Lab (CAL) is a law firm with a mission to unleash the creative potential of the law to protect people and the planet from corporate abuse.

The team at CAL is well-versed in human, labor, and environmental rights. By utilizing design thinking as their primary methodology, they are able to take more shots at the common goal of human equality and advocate for those who don’t have the opportunity and resources to advocate for themselves.

In our Episode with Charity, we dive into:

  • What corporate responsibility really means
  • CAL's unique approach to protecting people and planet from corporate abuse
  • Problems in the current global supply chain
  • Charity's journey in the world of social and environmental advocacy
  • Charity's thoughts on restructuring as a means for corporate systemic change
  • How we as individuals and consumers can hold companies accountable

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