EcoVadis has joined the TNFD Forum, a multi-disciplinary coalition of institutional supporters who share the vision and mission of the Taskforce for Nature-related Financial Disclosures.
Toyo Beauty, a Japanese cosmetics manufacturer, kick-started their sustainability journey with EcoVadis, earning a Silver Medal while enhancing environmental and human rights practices.
A look at three challenging value chain requirements of the EU's CSRD regulation, what they mean for procurement programs across Europe, the UK, US, Japan and Canada, and how companies can prepare
The second edition of our Carbon Action Report draws upon data from 40,000+ carbon performance ratings to provide insights into the state of climate action in the EcoVadis network.
This blog highlights the key regional trends that emerged from our latest Business Sustainability Index and explores how US and Canadian companies are measuring up against their European counterparts.
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%.
Data from EcoVadis’ network shows companies leveraging sustainability ratings as a foundation for both supply chain risk & due dil compliance, AND advanced performance that creates resilience & value
Business Sustainability Index measures how 62,000 companies are doing on their sustainable procurement journeys and reveals unique insights into their performance.
The German Supply Chain Act or LkSG aims to protect human rights and limit environmental harm by making it mandatory for companies in the scope noted above to conduct supply chain due diligence.
Understand the rapidly evolving requirements of laws like LkSG, Norway Transparency Act, CSDDD and others, and implications for your company and how EcoVadis helps you comply – now and in the future
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.
Leaders from CDP, WBCSD, Schneider Electric and #COP27 Youth Envoy explore the opportunities Scope 3 creates to foster collaboration, innovation, and positive impact across global value chains.
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.
Local environmental groups criticized Mayor Eric Adams for a new rule that will allow New York City landlords to skirt upcoming environmental regulations for buildings by purchasing large...
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...
With the German and the European Supply Chain Act, and other provisions such as the EU Taxonomy Regulation and the CSRD, companies large and small must invest in sustainability and due diligence.
Debbie Kwok, Sustainability Analyst, EcoVadis, discusses the proliferation of carbon and sustainability related regulations in the Asia-Pacific region.
Analyzing the performance of over 53,000 companies between 2017-2021, the Sustainability Risk and Performance Index provides unrivaled insight into sustainability trends across regions and industries