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EcoVadis is a purpose-driven company whose mission is to provide the world's most trusted business sustainability ratings. Businesses of all sizes rely on EcoVadis’ expert intelligence and evidence-based ratings to manage risk and compliance, drive decarbonization, and improve the sustainability performance of their business and value chain. Its AI-powered risk mapping, actionable scorecards, benchmarks, carbon action tools, and insights guide a resilience and improvement journey for environmental, social and ethical practices across 200 industry categories and 175 countries.Follow on Twitter Follow on Linkedin Visit Website More Content by EcoVadis
Infographic that breaks down the EcoVadis study around CSR contractual practices among buyers and suppliers.
Kevin Rabinovitch emphasizes the significance of Scope 3 emissions in Mars' greenhouse gas footprint, accounting for 96% of their total emissions, while their direct operations represent only 4%.
Supply chains is what keeps the world going. So it's no surprise that they generate 60% of global emissions. If we want to accelerate decarbonization globally and if we want to meet our ambition...
We talked to Andreas Rangel Ahrens, Head of Climate at IKEA explaining that the company sets specific goals for each part of business: materials, production, transport, etc.
We talked to Nancy Gillis, Program Head Climate Action at the World Economic Forum and also leads the First Movers Coalition
Fergal Byrne talks to Vanessa Miler-Fels, VP of Climate and Environment at Schneider Electric, about tackling upstream and downstream value chain emissions and the vital role of partnerships.
Simon Boas Hoffmmeyer, Group Sustainability and ESG Senior Director at Carlsberg sits down with Fergal Byrne to discuss the importance of Science Based Targets, emissions-related KPIs and...
EcoVadis sustainability ratings and scorecards help procurement teams monitor supply chain Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)/ESG practices across 200 industries and 165 countries.
Virtual GRI Reporters' Summit North America 2020 - Of all the challenges faced by reporters, access to usable, current and comparable data from within a supply chain is the number one issue we hear ab
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.
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...
The initiatives for due diligence in supply chains are seeing growing support for their potential to create a level playing field, but European worker representatives say the benefits of this...
The 2019 Sustainability Report demonstrates our latest commitments and concrete actions toward a sustainable future. In 2019 EcoVadis saw significant growth reaching more than 65,000 rated companies.
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
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.
The objective of the EcoVadis Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) rating methodology is to measure the quality of a company’s CSR management system through its policies, actions and results.
The goal of creating a sustainable and responsible economy is increasingly being reflected in legal obligations, with due diligence laws in the U.K., France and Netherlands as well as EU regulations.
Guidelines on addressing forced labour in supply chains that your supply chain platform must support to be ready for EU Corporate Sustainability due diligence (CSDDD) and similar supply chain laws
Analyzing the performance of over 46,000 companies between 2016-2020, the Sustainability Risk and Performance Index provides unrivaled insight into sustainability trends across regions and industries
In this interview, the founder of a small company reflects on undergoing an EcoVadis assessment for the first time. He shares insights into the process and how it has already benefited his company.
Christoph Schwärzler is Senior Officer for Sustainable Procurement at Deutsche Bahn. Here, he discusses holistic supply chain management processes and how EcoVadis helps support sustainability efforts