Sustainable Procurement Suffers, Leads to Increased Risk, Says EcoVadis Report

January 9, 2019 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


When it comes to CSR performance over the last couple of years, sustainable procurement lags behind other environmentally responsible practices such as business ethics and human rights initiatives, posing risks for industries across the board, according to a new report from sustainability rating company EcoVadis. These risks include damages to reputation and disruption of business.


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