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Making Supply Chains More Transparent as a Way to Make the Global Economy More Sustainable
By taking social and environmental data into consideration all along the supply chain, a consumer will eventually become a citizen-consumer, conscious of his/her act. 2019 Barometer study analysis.
How Ethical is Your Supply Chain?
The UN estimates that corruption costs the world $3.6tn a year. Many companies do not have the systems and procedures in place to protect their bottom line or their reputation.
Risk Mapping Services Brochure
As supply chains globalize and become more complex, so do risks and opportunities. A robust risk mapping process is essential for gaining visibility and understanding of priorities to drive your asses
360 Watch & Live News Brochure
A key distinguishing element of EcoVadis’ sustainability monitoring platform is the integration of external inputs to augment company-provided documentation and data sources.
Sustainable Procurement Solution Brochure
Within today’s complex and global supply chains, you are responsible for the actions you and your suppliers take.
Is Your Sustainable Procurement Program Oriented Toward Outcomes and Impact?
Embracing sustainable procurement practices can help companies manage business risks, achieve costs savings, enhance their brand reputation, and manage suppliers more effectively.
CSR: Small Is Beautiful
Why are very small businesses, with up to 25 employees, deciding to be assessed on their ethical, social and environmental performance? Interview with Philippe Andrillat, Associate Director, Kenseo.
Combating Modern Slavery: Understanding Workers' Plight Deep in the Supply Chain
A growing number of tools are available to organizations seeking to gain access to worker input during supply chain due diligence and monitoring.
A Comparison of CSR Performance of the UN Global Compact Signatories vs Non-Signatories
Study finds that organizations that have committed to the UNGC’s ten principles perform significantly better on sustainability measures throughout supply chains.
The State of Sustainable Procurement: What to Expect in 2019
We’re still very early into 2019 and all signs point to an interesting year ahead. It appears the global businesses community has woken up to the severity of environmental concerns on society,...
The Fight Against Corruption: Insights Into Ethical Performance in Global Supply Chains
Report on anti-corruption measures of more than 20,000 companies, across 100 countries and 150 industries.
The Four Hidden Risks Lurking In Your Supply Chain
Global supply chains are increasingly exposed to risks that can result in increased operational costs, large losses, and long term damage to your corporate reputation.
Why Sustainable Supply Chain Risk Management Cannot Be Siloed
Risk and supplier performance management in many organizations is fragmented which is why preventable losses are still occurring.
Five Essential Criteria For Selecting A Supplier Sustainability & Risk Monitoring Solution
Five key attributes to look for in a holistic supplier monitoring solution that can overcome these limitations and help keep your supply chain safe, efficient and creating maximum value.
The State of Anti-Corruption in the Supply Chain
EcoVadis' team of analysts looked into the level of quality of the anti-corruption management system of 20,000 companies worldwide, who are all trading partners of major international groups.
How to Manage Risk and Boost Transparency in the Raw Material Supply Chain
As conflict minerals continue to find their way into supply chains of major western corporations, a recent Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) conference discussed ways businesses can manage...
How to Increase Transparency Along the Supply Chain: Lessons from the Automotive Industry
With as much as 85 percent of rubber tree plantations in the world made up of small farms, mapping the value chain of natural rubber can be a great challenge. French automotive giant Michelin has...
Carlson Wagonlit Leverages EcoVadis Scorecard For Leadership in Responsible Business
CWT focuses on making responsible business matters as accessible and transparent as possible, and uses the EcoVadis assessment as a tool to communicate the importance of these issues with their employ
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...
The EU Directive on NonFinancial Reporting: A Shift Towards Transparency and Reporting Quality
Non-financial information (NFI) disclosures provide transparency on the environmental and social impacts related to their business’s operations.