This first EcoVadis Network Impact Report explores how sustainability ratings and intelligence drive positive change across global value chains, and the communities they touch.
Insights from Global Supply Chain Ratings - based on 65,000+ ratings of companies across the worldCheck it Out
2020 Business Sustainability Risk and Performance Index: companies tend to focus on their own sustainability performance, but there are hidden risks existing throughout the supply base.
Just released: 2020 Business Sustainability Risk and Performance Index brings updated insights on sustainability in your region and industry, including new data on GHG emissions.
Ecovadis released Business Sustainability Risk & Performance Index including insights from global supply chain ratings with analysis on the sustainability scores of more than 40,000 companies.
This fourth edition of the Sustainability Risk and Performance Index: Insights from Global Supply Chain Ratings illustrates the sustainability performance of over 40,000 companies rated in 2015-2019.
See key findings from the Sustainability Risk and Performance Index: Insights from Global Supply Chain Ratings, which illustrates the sustainability performance of over 40,000 rated in 2015-2019.
An overview of sustainability performance of chemical product manufacturers in global supply chains, based on the EcoVadis world-leading ratings database.
Insights on ‘social and labor’ management system indicators (labor rights, work conditions, etc.) in the supply base, weak points that amplify disruptions, and building resilience to future crises.
This DJSI questionnaire with updated guidance on how to use the EcoVadis Sustainable Procurement Platform and other services to complete the Supply Chain Management portion of the DJSI questionnaire.
We are continuing to make available this previous edition of the 2019 Index which contains a chapter covering discrimination, harassment and diversity among thousands of suppliers
A study of sustainability performance of over 30,000 companies worldwide based on their scorecards and ratings across three calendar years: 2016, 2017 and 2018, now in a shorter and more visual format