Sustainability in the Electronics Industry | EcoVadis
How Effective Are the CSR Clauses in Your Contracts?
New regulations and consumer demands are increasingly putting pressure on businesses to be more transparent. As a result, more and more companies include sustainability clauses in contracts with...
Chronic Risks for Electronics: Human Rights and Forced Labor
The electronics industry faces major human rights and labor risks and must take steps to eradicate modern slavery in its supply chain. Learn how.
Electronics Industry: Top 3 Steps to Keep in Mind When Implementing a Sustainable Procurement Program
Electronics buyers must leverage supplier partnerships and work with these networks for sustainable advancement. Learn more in our article.
NGO 2.0: How Basic Technology Helps Increase Transparency in the Global Supply Chain
With new technology used to overcome difficulties, NGOs can do even more to help companies understand what is really going on at their suppliers – and shape the future of sustainable procurement...
Circular Economy in ICT – Completing the circle of supply
Bringing Circular Economy into the Information and Communication Technology industry effectively targets two major fields: products and equipment (waste and consumption) and internal operations...
Limiting e-waste through ethical supply chain practices
The electronics industry has a responsibility to reduce e-waste through sustainable and ethical supply chain practices, but faces implementation challenges. Learn more.
Impressions from Day 2 at COP21: Commitments, Hope, Controversy and Chocolate
Paris, December 2nd, 2015 Dear Clients, Dear followers, I wanted to give you a glimpse of the COP21 that just started as I was lucky to attend yesterday morning in Paris-Le Bourget. You probably...
New Guide Launches on Sustainability in Real Life
A new guide was published today on the business case for supply chain sustainability, a collaboration amongst the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition® (EICC®), the Global e-Sustainability...
EcoVadis Client Committee: Interview with Luis Neves (DT – GeSI)
In 2013 EcoVadis was selected by GeSI (Global e-Sustainability Initiative) to run E-TASC (Electronic Tool for Accountability in the Supply Chains) to monitor the CSR performance in the ICT supply...
New challenges for electronics Supply Chain
The IT and telecommunications sectors have long been at the forefront of sustainable procurement, yet the pressure to successfully actualize sustainable practices along each stage of the supply...