Ivalua study shows COP26 pledges are not being fulfilled

November 19, 2021 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


Research from Ivalua – the leading global spend management cloud provider – has revealed that very few European suppliers are being regularly assessed on sustainability practices, with less than a quarter (24%) being measured routinely on carbon emissions.

The study also highlights that most organisations are not communicating across the supply chain to drive green initiatives. Just one-in-ten suppliers say that organisations always include sustainable practices in contracts and agreements.


Read the full article at: sustainabilitymag.com

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