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The Unseen Sustainability Risk: Indirect Spend

April 11, 2022 EcoVadis EN

The fast-evolving role of sustainable practices across a turbulent, global economic and political landscape over the last 20 years has shown us multiple examples of sustainability risks in day-to-day practices, and these problems are rising. Environmental, human rights or ethical disasters can happen in any industry, anywhere, including developed countries. Demands for sustainable business practices are rising, and stakeholders are putting immense pressure on businesses to be more transparent and high-performing.

In this session at Sustain 2022 Auchan and JPMorgan Chase explain how outsourcing and use of contract resources drive spent into indirect service categories and increase risk, particularly for sustainability.

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EcoVadis is a purpose-driven company whose mission is to provide the world's most trusted business sustainability ratings. Businesses of all sizes rely on EcoVadis’ expert intelligence and evidence-based ratings to manage risk and compliance, drive decarbonization, and improve the sustainability performance of their business and value chain. Its AI-powered risk mapping, actionable scorecards, benchmarks, carbon action tools, and insights guide a resilience and improvement journey for environmental, social and ethical practices across 200 industry categories and 175 countries.

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