How 'demand' chains could increase profits while fighting climate change

May 25, 2022 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


If we want to save the planet, we must change the way we move goods around it. We must create more sustainable supply chains. 

In their 2021 study The Sustainable Supply Chain Paradox: Balancing the Bottom Line with the Green Line, researchers from Oxford Economics and SAP wrote, “The moment for setting small-scale sustainability goals has passed. For companies across sectors and around the world, creating and maintaining greener supply chains is an increasingly urgent priority.”


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