Sustainable Synergy: How Groupe Sterne and subsidiary Sterne City Collaborate to Drive Decarbonization
The Swiss university institute first partnered with EcoVadis in 2015 and has since been awarded a Gold Medal, with EcoVadis playing “a pivotal role in the institute's sustainability journey”.
Key North American ESG laws and regulations passed or pending with supply chain requirements, and how procurement teams can leverage EcoVadis solutions to comply and mitigate risks.
Risks behind new regulations CAD S-211, CA SB-253 and UE laws are challenging resilience strategies in the USA & North America. A streamlined approach for proactive ESG compliance with resilience
The EcoVadis Medals Recognition Process Is Changing in Response to Steady Improvement in Sustainability Practices Across Global Supply Chains.
EcoVadis IQ Plus with Vitals provides companies with additional supplier ESG intelligence gathering: Gain the visibility needed to address supply chain risks and regulatory requirements.
For one, Australia’s proposal would require reporting entities to include and consider the 15 Scope 3 emission categories aligned to the GHG Protocol Standards.
The EU Council and Parliament Agree on Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD): Who is affected, what are the requirements, and how to map your compliance solution.
As global supply chains evolve, Brenntag, a chemical distribution leader, is partnering with EcoVadis to assess and improve supplier sustainability performance and comply with Germany’s LkSG.
It will take distinct steps for US and Canadian companies to deliver on the new imperative.
With the new S-211 law, many procurement teams must update policies and due diligence reporting on forced labor and child labor, supplier risk profiles, and measures taken to remediate violations.
Toyo Beauty, a Japanese cosmetics manufacturer, kick-started their sustainability journey with EcoVadis, earning a Silver Medal while enhancing environmental and human rights practices.
An overview of key trends and insights from EcoVadis’ 2023 Carbon Action Report, including maturity assessments, and how we enable companies on their carbon reduction and sustainability journeys.
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
Across our network, many companies are just starting, and a select few are scaling. With carbon regulations and border taxes on the horizon, some geographies are more low-carbon ready than others.
Climate action urgency is highlighted as we near carbon budget limits. In NY Climate Week webinar Julia Salant of EcoVadis explains how collaboration can help decarbonize supply chains.
Michael Hegglin is head of the Sustainability Department at Swiss firm SkyCell. We interviewed him about the company’s sustainability journey and the collaboration with EcoVadis.
We wanted to see what it takes for Finland, Norway and Sweden to be considered the leading countries in sustainability management.
The region is a crowded and competitive market for sustainability. Polish companies rank “Good” yet far behind top competitors, our ratings data reveals.
This blog draws on ratings data from our latest Business Sustainability Index to explore how Australian companies are measuring up against high-performing peers in Asia-Pacific and Europe.