More than 30,000 business have been penalized during a major campaign against environmental violations in China with companies worldwide feeling the impact. Are you confident your business can withstand it?
More than 500 procurement and CSR professionals along with representatives of international organizations and NGOs gathered for EcoVadis’ annual conference in Paris on April 10-11 to collaborate, exchange best practices and discuss their shared vision for sustainable supply chains.
Climate change, Sustainable Development Goals and blockchain were just some of the hot topics discussed in the latest EcoVadis Scientific Committee meeting to ensure our assessment is as reliable and relevant as possible.
With new technology used to overcome difficulties, NGOs can do even more to help companies understand what is really going on at their suppliers – and shape the future of sustainable procurement in a much safer way.
Human trafficking can occur anywhere even in developed countries such as the United States. According to a recent report by Alliance, more than 40 million people were victims of modern slavery and human trafficking in 2016.