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The objective of the EcoVadis Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) rating methodology is to measure the quality of a company’s CSR management system through its policies, actions and results.
This communication kit is designed to help you get the most value out of your EcoVadis Rating by communicating your achievements internally and externally.
Learn about the EcoVadis Carbon Action Module solution in this explainer video for both rated and requesting companies.
Reducing CO2 emissions: session dedicated to sharing best practices to help SMEs decarbonize their activities and turn it into a competitive advantage.
Industry leaders discuss the importance of supplier engagement in Climate Action and the path to Supply Chain Decarbonization
An update on the EcoVadis Carbon Solution from Julia Salant, Head of Sustainability Innovation, EcoVadis
In this decade of delivery on SDGs and climate change mitigation, the private sector is set to play a key role in achieving a 1.5°C target. John Revess, Director Net Zero, WBCSD and Julia Salant, Head
Watch Head of Sustainability Innovation Julia Salant in a discussion about benefits, barriers, and ways to encourage greater accountability amongst companies when it comes to scope 3 emissions.
Explore the challenges and opportunities of decarbonizing global supply chains as we discuss emerging trends, best practices and new strategies.
This workshop does a deep dive into the reporting criteria of key CSR topics, carbon emissions and anti-bribery/corruption, and explores how companies can measure and report sustainability risks.
It’s time to rethink resilience in the context of sustainability and the current Covid-19 pandemic.
Companies must take increasingly decisive carbon action to meet the growing expectations and demands of a range of stakeholders. EcoVadis’ new Carbon Action Module will help companies achieve this.
Even before COVID-19 disrupted global value chains, the world was already in the midst of a "stakeholder capitalism revolution." Customers, employees and investors now expect companies to take direct
Procurement professionals are increasingly integrating commitments to sustainability objectives into their RFPs and selecting suppliers with whom they can work in partnership.