Social and Industry News

Sustainable Procurement Newsfeed | EcoVadis

  • ×

    Sign Up for the Monthly Sustainable Procurement Bulletin

    First Name
    Last Name
    Opt in to receive more information from EcoVadis
    Thank you!
    Error - something went wrong!
  • FOLLOW ECOVADIS
  • Mercedes-Benz Cars starts local battery production in Bangkok 

    Mercedes-Benz Cars starts local battery production in Bangkok 

    The global battery production network within the Mercedes-Benz Cars production network has put the third production facility into operation: A factory for plug-in hybrid batteries has been opened...

    Read Article
  • 285 Companies’ Science-Based Targets Signal Significant Progress Toward Paris Agreement Goals

    285 Companies’ Science-Based Targets Signal Significant Progress Toward Paris Agreement Goals

    New report reveals that by meeting their science-based targets, these companies — with more GHGs than France and Spain, combined — will eliminate 265 million metric tons of emissions from their...

    Read Article
  • FOLLOW @EcoVadis
  • FOLLOW ECOVADIS
  • ×

    Sign Up For Our Monthly Sustainable Procurement Bulletin

    First Name
    Last Name
    Opt in to receive more information from EcoVadis
    Thank you!
    Error - something went wrong!
  • ecovadis
    ecovadis

    ecovadis

    Here is to a new milestone and many more to come! Thank you to all our customers and partners for driving change together. 🎉 ♻️ 🌍 🥇 ⭐️ 🎊 . . . #sustainability #sustainableprocurement #supplychainmanag

    View Post
  • Thursday Boots to Source Made in America Leather from Single Cow Herd 

    Thursday Boots to Source Made in America Leather from Single Cow Herd 

    Thursday Boots debuts single-herd leather sourcing for new footwear collection, a move it calls a "benchmark in ethical sourcing."See it on Scoop.it, via Sustainable Procurement News

    Read Article
  • SDG12 Top Tips: How to embrace circular business models

    SDG12 Top Tips: How to embrace circular business models

    Circularity requires the rethinking of products and services across their whole lifecycle in order to make them more durable, renewable, reusable, repairable or upgradable, and recyclable. It is a...

    Read Article
  • Ceres report calls on food companies to use water resources more efficiently

    Ceres report calls on food companies to use water resources more efficiently

    Non-profit organisation Ceres is calling on major food companies to adopt stronger practices to reduce the demand and impact on limited water resources. In response to the effects of climate...

    Read Article
  • loading
    Loading More...