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About the Author
Carlos Gomez is a Marketing Program Manager at EcoVadis. He is responsible for customer marketing activities to support the sustainability journey of EcoVadis rated companies. Prior to joining EcoVadis, Carlos worked as an engineer on projects in the Consumer Goods sector. He holds an MBA in Responsible Management from Audencia Business School.More Content by Carlos Gomez
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The goal of creating a sustainable and responsible economy is increasingly being reflected in legal obligations, with due diligence laws in the U.K., France and Netherlands as well as EU regulations.
This panel held during the Farad Finance Forum 21 discusses ESG impact and reporting in Private Equity.
The transformation vision of 250 CEOs, digitized sustainability engagement tools, and alignment of procurement across the business will be essential for environmental and social change.
The European Union (EU) is on its way to mandatory supply chain due diligence. What steps can your company take now to get ready?
More than just preventing disruption - climate readiness, labor and human rights, and ethical considerations are key components for truly resilient supply chains.
Sustainability reporting is quickly evolving in the EU as companies increase their ambition and the Commission enhances its regulatory efforts. Find out how new legislation may impact your business.
JP Morgan, Bridgestone, ING, L’Oreal, Citi discuss Innovative combinations of sustainability ratings with finance to unlock a new era of positive impact at global scale.
Decisive action must be taken to prevent biodiversity loss and preserve the benefits provided by global ecosystems. Find out why companies must integrate biodiversity into their sustainability efforts
Becoming a leader in sustainable procurement requires developing a clear and compelling vision that can be integrated throughout your business. Learn more about the key features of such a vision.
By developing and enforcing a Supplier Code of Conduct, procurement departments mitigate unwanted risk and support suppliers in maintaining a high level of sustainability integrity.
By aligning sustainable procurement education, benchmarks, and incentives across your organization, your sustainable procurement impact becomes more tangible and relevant within your organization.
To use sustainable procurement as an organizational driver it is important to have strong program governance with c-level support across the organization.
Clear KPIs, goals, and targets are key to achieving sustainability maturity to drive innovation and value for your customers and stakeholders.
These four factors impacting your business emerged or accelerated over the past 18 months and are crucial to sustainable procurement.
Urgent climate action is needed to thrive in a transparent, “net-zero carbon” economy. Learn how companies like Unilever, Toyota TMHE, Coca Cola & Atos are committing to change.
Fighting climate change isn’t a one-day event but Earth Day, taking place on April 22, is a good time to make corporate sustainability resolutions. Here is how to get started.
Sustain 2021, the must-attend sustainable supply chain event, took place on March 8-9 with an exceptional lineup of speakers and sessions, urging us to #RethinkRebuild and set a new attendance record.
Rapid evolution of the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) reporting landscape and acceleration of reporting in Asia were the key themes of the annual EcoVadis Scientific Committee meeting.
To thrive in a post-pandemic economy, companies and supply chains must embed resilience and sustainability into their corporate strategies and investments moving forward.
EcoVadis' Carbon Action Module empowers sustainable procurement and climate change leaders with insights on supplier GHG/carbon management practices and provides a toolkit to drive emissions reduction