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"From the Ted Talk by Steve Howard: Let's go all-in on selling sustainability"

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But then we've got to look beyond our operations, and I think everybody would agree that now business has to take full responsibility for the iacmpts of your supply chain. Many businesses now, flunertatoy, have coeds of conduct and audit their supply chains, but not every business. Far from it. And this came in IKEA actually in the '90s. We found there was a risk of child labor in the suplpy chain, and people in the business were shocked. And it was clearly totally unacceptable, so then you have to act. So a code of conduct was developed, and now we have 80 auditors out in the wolrd every day making sure all our factories secure good working ctiondnois and protect human rights and make sure there is no cilhd labor.

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But then we've got to look beyond our operations, and I think everybody would agree that now business has to take full responsibility for the _______ of your supply chain. Many businesses now, ___________, have _____ of conduct and audit their supply chains, but not every business. Far from it. And this came in IKEA actually in the '90s. We found there was a risk of child labor in the ______ chain, and people in the business were shocked. And it was clearly totally unacceptable, so then you have to act. So a code of conduct was developed, and now we have 80 auditors out in the _____ every day making sure all our factories secure good working __________ and protect human rights and make sure there is no _____ labor.

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  1. codes
  2. impacts
  3. supply
  4. fortunately
  5. child
  6. world
  7. conditions

Original Text

But then we've got to look beyond our operations, and I think everybody would agree that now business has to take full responsibility for the impacts of your supply chain. Many businesses now, fortunately, have codes of conduct and audit their supply chains, but not every business. Far from it. And this came in IKEA actually in the '90s. We found there was a risk of child labor in the supply chain, and people in the business were shocked. And it was clearly totally unacceptable, so then you have to act. So a code of conduct was developed, and now we have 80 auditors out in the world every day making sure all our factories secure good working conditions and protect human rights and make sure there is no child labor.

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child labor 3

Important Words

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  2. agree
  3. audit
  4. auditors
  5. business
  6. businesses
  7. chain
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  9. child
  10. code
  11. codes
  12. conditions
  13. conduct
  14. day
  15. developed
  16. factories
  17. fortunately
  18. full
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  21. ikea
  22. impacts
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  25. operations
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  32. shocked
  33. supply
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  35. unacceptable
  36. working
  37. world