Sustain 2020 took an unexpected turn. The must-attend event for the sustainable supply chain went fully virtual -- and with great success.
The world is reaching an existential tipping point of sustainability crises. Expectations are rising and demands are increasing to serve a purpose beyond profits and turn towards sustainable solutions
Mounting environmental pressure and faltering trust in global institutions create uncertainty for communities and economies. Meanwhile, technology connects us unlike ever before.
With the growing prominence of sustainability and climate change on the global agenda, it is up to the CEOs to take the lead and future proof their businesses.
Attitudes to global warming are changing almost as quickly as the climate itself. What used to be seen as the purview of environmentalists is becoming a major driver for business and investment.
Hosted by Sourcing Industry Group CEO Dawn Tiura, this panel features Alcoa CPO Francesco Bassoli and L'Oréal CPO Régine Lucas as they discuss sustainable procurement.
Listen to Ilham Kadri, CEO of 10 billion EUR chemical company Solvay, discuss her views on creating sustainable shared value for everyone.
EcoVadis co-CEOs Pierre-François Thaler and Frédéric Trinel celebrate the winners of the Sustainability Leadership Awards and present a year in review at EcoVadis.
EcoVadis co-CEOs Pierre-François Thaler and Frédéric Trinel answer questions from the audience in an open forum.
Supply chain emissions are significantly higher than a company's direct emissions. This shows the need for a deep collaboration between buyers and suppliers in order to reduce global carbon emissions.
This session will examine the ways in which businesses measure the value of sustainability, through a variety of direct, indirect, and avoided impacts and value drivers.
Integrating CSR as a key component of procurement is a journey. This session will explore how companies can navigate the change from traditional to sustainable procurement.
This session will focus on the various ways ESG/sustainability ratings are and can be used by financial institutions.
This panel will explore the innovation potential that can be unlocked when sustainability is placed at the heart of conversations between a procurement organisation and its suppliers.
This session will consider how corporate social responsibility not only reduces costs and ensures compliance, but can also generate revenue and create shared value.
This session's speakers will provide insights on the status of the SDGs from a sustainable procurement lens and share experiences, challenges and their perspectives on the future of supply chains.
This session will explore how Sanofi's procurement and Information Security departments collaborate with CyberVadis to tackle the challenges of an expanding business network.
Engaging SMEs in sustainability initiatives can be challenging. This multi-stakeholder panel discussion aims to share the perspective of SMEs and give an insight into the challenges they face.
The final closing session concludes the Sustain 2020 conference.
Our Sustain session on sustainable finance explored stakeholder pressure, third-party ratings and the organizational and societal value of sustainability.