Sustainability in the Electronics Industry | EcoVadis
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This fourth edition of the Sustainability Risk and Performance Index: Insights from Global Supply Chain Ratings illustrates the sustainability performance of over 40,000 companies rated in 2015-2019.
Hear from an IT integrator with 5,000 employees how they manage the questionnaire internally and why they see it as a benefit.
Having partnered with EcoVadis, Atos, a global IT corporation headquartered in France, has seen the transformation of its supplier CSR management and has even won a public sector bid as a result.
"EcoVadis helped us structure our sustainability initiatives and create value for our customers." Atlinks CSR Manager, Carmen Hualda
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 buyers must leverage supplier partnerships and work with these networks for sustainable advancement. Learn more in our article.
Case study highlighting the collaboration between Ciena and EcoVadis. In the role of both the supplier and the buyer, Ciena uses the EcoVadis platform to enhance their supplier evaluation process.
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...
Bringing Circular Economy into the Information and Communication Technology industry effectively targets two major fields: products and equipment (waste and consumption) and internal operations...
The electronics industry has a responsibility to reduce e-waste through sustainable and ethical supply chain practices, but faces implementation challenges. Learn more.
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...