Resources and best practices on carbon management and climate action in your business and supply chain
Urgent climate action is needed to thrive in a transparent, “net-zero carbon” economy. Learn how companies like Unilever, Toyota TMHE, Coca Cola & Atos are committing to change.
The majority of companies address their direct and indirect emissions, but the bulk of their carbon footprint lies in the supply chain.
Explore the challenges and opportunities of decarbonizing global supply chains as we discuss emerging trends, best practices and new strategies.
This workshop does a deep dive into the reporting criteria of key CSR topics, carbon emissions and anti-bribery/corruption, and explores how companies can measure and report sustainability risks.
It’s time to rethink resilience in the context of sustainability and the current Covid-19 pandemic.
Learn about the importance of measuring your company’s carbon footprint as well as the steps that can be taken to reduce them over time.
Listen to Pierre-François Thaler, co-CEO, EcoVadis speaking at the CIPS Virtual conference discussing GHG emissions in the supply chain. Stakeholder demands for action on climate change are peaking i
Even before COVID-19 disrupted global value chains, the world was already in the midst of a "stakeholder capitalism revolution." Customers, employees and investors now expect companies to take direct
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.
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?
Corporate leaders set to tackle greenhouse gas emissions at the heart of the problem: the supply chain