The global move to net zero has to be a team effort, with governments, businesses and individuals all working together for the same goal. In the same vein, then, it’s vital for organisations and their suppliers to collaborate to the same end ‒ especially with Scope 3 supply chain emissions making up an estimated 80% of the carbon footprint of any business.
Responsible sourcing, also known as ‘supply chain responsibility’, is a voluntary commitment by companies to take into account social and environmental factors when managing their relationships with suppliers.
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