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Sustain 2021, the must-attend sustainable supply chain event, took place on March 8-9 with an exceptional lineup of speakers and sessions, urging us to #RethinkRebuild and set a new attendance record.
Rapid evolution of the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) reporting landscape and acceleration of reporting in Asia were the key themes of the annual EcoVadis Scientific Committee meeting.
To thrive in a post-pandemic economy, companies and supply chains must embed resilience and sustainability into their corporate strategies and investments moving forward.
EcoVadis' Carbon Action Module empowers sustainable procurement and climate change leaders with insights on supplier GHG/carbon management practices and provides a toolkit to drive emissions reduction
The objective of these awards is to recognize companies leading the charge in sustainability performance and innovation around the globe.
Combining sustainability ratings with innovative Rubberway app has resulted in a successful two-step approach to mitigate risk upstream in the natural rubber supply chain and drive improvement.
Since undertaking its first EcoVadis assessment in 2017, LC Packaging has emerged as a sustainability leader among its peers. Find out how EcoVadis has helped fuel its success.
This first EcoVadis Network Impact Report explores how sustainability ratings and intelligence drive positive change across global value chains, and the communities they touch.
Sustainability trends and advancements for 2021, as the coronavirus crisis continues to unfold, the spotlight intensifies on the pressing need to revamp sustainability efforts in the supply chain.
A closer look at brand resilience through the lens of transparency, health/ safety, and sustainability, three case examples, and the outlook for 2021.
An update and a message of thanks from the EcoVadis Co-CEOs to our stakeholder community.
Companies must take increasingly decisive carbon action to meet the growing expectations and demands of a range of stakeholders. EcoVadis’ new Carbon Action Module will help companies achieve this.
Circular economy presents unparalleled opportunities -- and is necessary to tackle climate change. Effective communication with suppliers and sustainability assessement are key in moving toward it.
GHG reporting laws have increased at an exponential rate but lack of a universal benchmarking standard remains a challenge. What can companies do with a new carbon action tool on the horizon?
The chemical industry has a vital role to play in maintaining growth and transitioning to a sustainable society. EcoVadis training partner, DFGE, outlines key challenges and how to tackle them.
New human rights laws continue to emerge. While companies are used to financial due diligence, the transition to human rights due diligence, particularly in the supply chain, comes with unknowns.
Across all regions, women are paid c. 23% less than men. Our Sustainability Analyst explains how COVID-19 has impacted gender inequalities and why reporting and sustainability assessments can help.
2020 Business Sustainability Risk and Performance Index: companies tend to focus on their own sustainability performance, but there are hidden risks existing throughout the supply base.
Today, the global economy is only 8.6% circular — just two years ago, it was 9.1%. A Nexio expert weighs in on where we stand and why supply chain collaboration is crucial to circularity success.
Mark Hawker from Anthesis Lavola describes what will and what won’t reduce chances of viral spread during building operations. He also offers some guidelines for reopening business aftter COVID-19.