It’s becoming clearer by the hour that the coronavirus pandemic represents an unprecedented global threat t...
As the business world begins to adapt to the COVID-19 reality, from resilience to rebound and recovery, leaders have a unique opportunity to rebuild, better. Listen to the webinar hosted by Procuremen
It’s time to rethink resilience in the context of sustainability and the current Covid-19 pandemic. While we continue to come to terms with the scale and impact of the current pandemic, the challenge
2020 tested us beyond measure but it’s still worth taking stock of the positive things. From carbon module launch to the tangible impact driven by sustainable procurement, here are the key highlights.
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.
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.
Ecovadis released Business Sustainability Risk & Performance Index including insights from global supply chain ratings with analysis on the sustainability scores of more than 40,000 companies.
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.
Insights on ‘social and labor’ management system indicators (labor rights, work conditions, etc.) in the supply base, weak points that amplify disruptions, and building resilience to future crises.
EcoVadis mobilized to support people in need during the COVID-19 crisis, calling for employee participation and matching every contribution made, raising 12K€ to support local organizations worldwide.
Looking beyond the COVID-19 Crisis: What can we learn from leaders in sustainable supply chain management?
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.
COVID-19 pandemic has tested supply chain resilience to unprecedented levels but risks lurk in supply chains at all times. Lead sustainability performers fare much better during crises and beyond.
This multi-industry panel aims to share SMEs’ perspectives on the COVID-19 crisis and give insight into how they are responding and adapting to this ‘New Normal.’
In this webinar, in partnership with CIPS publication Supply Management Insider, we walk through the four steps of a crisis and establish how sustainability builds resilience.
EcoVadis Scientific Committee member and INSEAD Emeritus Professor, Luk Van Wassenhove shares his perspective on the COVID-19 crisis.
Check out this video testimonial by Elie Girard, CEO Atos, responding to the current crisis: "My wish, my hope and my commitment is to make Atos' digital journey sustainable for all..."
Jean-Pascal Tricoire, CEO Schneider Electric on the current crisis: "This crisis brings us back together much closer to our larger ecosystem: our partners, our suppliers and the communities around us"
As the COVID-19 crisis unfolds, it is not only testing – and often breaking – the continuity of many supply chains, but is also exposing the quality of the underlying management system foundations...
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.
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