2019 Sustainability Barometer: Sustainable Supply Chain Awareness Grows, ‘Compliance Trap’ Hinders Progress and Business Impact
2021 Sustainable Procurement Barometer found that leaders view sustainable procurement as an important piece that influences every part of their strategy, processes and decisions.
This webinar hosted by SPLC shares key findings from the 2021 Sustainable Procurement Barometer, developed jointly between EcoVadis and the Stanford Value Chain Innovation Initiative.
Developed with the Value Chain Innovation Initiative at Stanford Graduate School of Business, this video surveys the continued growth of sustainable procurement following the COVID-19 pandemic
Mid-size companies are poised to tap into a significant opportunity for growth and may represent the next frontier of sustainable procurement progress.
While Corporate Commitments Rise, 46% of Suppliers See Their Customers’ Commitment to Sustainability as “Important Only on Paper”
Developed with the Value Chain Innovation Initiative at Stanford Graduate School of Business, this infographic surveys the continued growth of sustainable procurement following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Based on data from hundreds of companies, developed with the Value Chain Innovation Initiative, Stanford Graduate School of Business, this report tracks the growth of sustainable procurement practices
Insights into procurement priorities reveal sustainability awareness is growing, but also shows a risky compliance trap for many organizations.
See insights into how sustainability is evolving in procurement priorities, and the tools and processes being used to drive tangible improvements and business results.
Executive commitment to sustainable procurement is at an all-time high, but several roadblocks continue to impact organizational ROI.
Data from this year’s Sustainable Procurement Barometer shows there’s a clear ROI for moving along the sustainable procurement maturity curve.
66% of organizations cite regulatory compliance as a critically important aspect of their sustainable procurement programs. Just 27 percent said the same in 2017. Insights from the 2019 Barometer
By taking social and environmental data into consideration all along the supply chain, a consumer will eventually become a citizen-consumer, conscious of his/her act. 2019 Barometer study analysis.
The 2019 Sustainable Procurement Barometer reveals sustainability awareness is growing, but also shows a risky compliance trap for many organizations.
2019 Sustainable Procurement Barometer shows that sustainability awareness is growing among buying and supplying organizations, but challenges persist. From the top down, more businesses are...
Commitment to sustainable procurement has increased by a significant 81% over the past three years, according to a new study from EcoVadis, driven in part by a rise in executive-level support. The...
Biennial study from EcoVadis and NYU Stern Center for Sustainable Business reveals global sustainable procurement trends and progress.
The 2019 study analyses data from 210 buying organisations across all industries globally about how sustainability is evolving as a procurement priority for them and the tools and processes they...
EcoVadis has unveiled its 2019 Sustainable Procurement Barometer: From Compliance to Performance report, which reveals how sustainability is evolving in procurement priorities. Compiled together...