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November 17. 12:35

Supply Chain Sustainability is here to stay… but is it sustainable?

In keeping a constant eye on the latest supply chain news, trends and best practices, it is impossible to miss the plethora of headlines in recent weeks addressing the topic of supply chain sustainability.EcoVadis's insight:"Measuring sustainability compliance is complex" We agree, but the EcoVadis  [...]

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November 17. 12:38

Sustainability Starts with the Supply Chain | Supplier Relationships content from IndustryWeek

IntereThe biggest challenge to supply chain sustainability is a widespread perception among suppliers that sustainability and business goals are at odds.

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November 17. 12:27

DJSI/RobecoSAM Sustainability Yearbook 2014

EcoVadisEcoVadis's insight:Great stats on improvement in reporting. Quick poll: Are you targeting DJSI listing this year? Is there another higher priority for you in terms of CSR/Sustainability reporting/listing/recognition? What it?

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November 13. 06:15

Increasing business resilience through supply chain risk mitigation at Centrica

In 2011, UK energy company Centrica – which bought Bord Gáis Energy for €1.1bn earlier this year – introduced a responsible procurement programme that seeks to mitigate the potentially adverse impacts of social and environmental risks within its growing supply chain.EcoVadis' [...]

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November 12. 04:28

Only 3% of Largest Global Firms Report Basic Sustainability Metrics

Only 3 percent of the world’s largest listed companies report on all basic sustainability metrics, according to a study by investment advisory and research firm Corporate Knights Capital.EcoVadis's insight:This is quite different from the 80% reported by KPMG in 2013...

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November 05. 02:50

The Bangladesh Accord factory audits finds more than 80,000 safety hazards

Alan Roberts: the next challenge is to finalise and implement corrective plans and ensure brands stay committed to protecting worker safety

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