Why Biodiversity Protection is Essential for Resilient Supply Chains

May 30, 2022 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


Efforts on the Biodiversity Crisis Fall Drastically Short

The analysis sheds light on a serious lack of visibility on the biodiversity crisis, which is best illustrated when compared to awareness of other sustainability issues. While nearly 40% of all companies had policies on energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions – and another 40% had set policies on resource use and waste – less than 1% of companies had set policies on biodiversity. This figure increased to a still meager 5% for companies in high-risk sectors like agriculture and construction. 



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