Navigating the Evolving Supply Chain Due Diligence Landscape: Insights From Our Sustain Conference
Emerging due diligence laws are compelling companies to act on ESG challenges in their supply chains. This article shares insights on these regulations from experts at this year’s Sustain Conference.
5 Ways EU Forced Labor Guidelines Enable Businesses to Plan for Mandatory Due Diligence
Examining new EU guidance on how to address forced labour in supply chains, this blog outlines 5 ways businesses can prepare for the forthcoming introduction of binding due diligence obligations.
Toward Mandatory Climate Disclosure in the US? What the SEC Proposal Means for Sustainable Procurement
The SEC’s recent landmark proposal on climate disclosure would require public US companies of all sizes to report on everything from climate risk exposure in their supply chain to emissions.
Norwegian Supply Chain Transparency Act: What Norway’s New Due Diligence Law Means for Your Business and How EcoVadis Can Help
From July 2022, companies trading in Norway will face extensive new due diligence regulations. This blog summarizes the Transparency Act and highlights how EcoVadis can help your company prepare.
From Ambition to Action: Supply Chains Key to Scaling Corporate Net Zero Pledges in Line With COP26
As world leaders meet to expedite progress towards global net zero at COP26, this blog highlights the imperative that companies engage suppliers to tackle carbon emissions embedded in the supply chain
Three Ways Biden’s Supply Chain Review Should Be More Ambitious
More than just preventing disruption - climate readiness, labor and human rights, and ethical considerations are key components for truly resilient supply chains.
How Can Companies Tackle Their GHG Challenges and Why a Universal Benchmarking Standard Is So Important
GHG reporting laws have increased at an exponential rate but lack of a universal benchmarking standard remains a challenge. What can companies do with a new carbon action tool on the horizon?
How Human Rights are Making Their Way into Mainstream Due Diligence – and Why Calls for Legislation Increase
New human rights laws continue to emerge. While companies are used to financial due diligence, the transition to human rights due diligence, particularly in the supply chain, comes with unknowns.
Mandatory Due Diligence Legislation – EU Developments, Member State Laws, and How Your Company Can Prepare
The European Union (EU) is on its way to mandatory supply chain due diligence. What steps can your company take now to get ready?