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As the medical devices business embraces sustainability criteria, it becomes an increasingly important fact...
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.
Just released: 2020 Business Sustainability Risk and Performance Index brings updated insights on sustainability in your region and industry, including new data on GHG emissions.
Third-party sustainability ratings help identify your material risks based on your industry/business activity, location and size, and curb carbon emission.
Companies promoting sustainability in their supply chains are more capable of creating a competitive advantage, lowering the costs in procurement activities and improving profitability.
As many as 76% of companies surveyed on how they’ve been impacted by COVID-19 say that sustainability has “somewhat” or “definitely” increased their resilience during the pandemic.
How Sustainability Ratings help companies to go beyond compliance and optimize business performance.
An interview with changemaker Laurence Pessez, CSR Director of BNP Paribas Group, on her decade of driving change from within to be a sustainability leader in banking & finance.
Corruption, along with Anticompetitive Practices and Information Security, is one of the key issues of the Ethics theme.
As the Decade of Action starts and companies are increasingly urged to address SDGs, sustainability ratings and action on supply chain sustainability prove even more important.
Experts warn that COVID-19 outbreak could lead to increase in child labor in different countries and that secondary effects on children in all countries will be unprecedented.
EcoVadis Scientific Committee member and INSEAD Emeritus Professor, Luk Van Wassenhove shares his perspective on the COVID-19 crisis.
Gestion Credit Expert (GCE) has shared its story of how to use CSR and sustainability initiatives as development opportunities for small and medium-sized businesses.
As we wait for COVID-19 to pass, while applauding front-line medical staff, let’s not forget to pay homage to the invisible heroes who make protective equipment for nurses and doctors.
Our Sustain session on sustainable finance explored stakeholder pressure, third-party ratings and the organizational and societal value of sustainability.
As the business and financial implications of the COVID-19 crisis continue to unfold, it is not surprising to see a range of emergency measures being taken to secure businesses and support stakeholder
In the midst of the COVID-19 global crisis, many businesses have had their supply chain resilience put to the test. Those without management systems in place are facing dire consequences.
Coronavirus has been one of many disruptions that reveals our need for agile supply chains – and for sustainability management systems that can help mitigate negative impacts during such crises.