Based on data from hundreds of companies, developed with the Accenture, this report tracks the growth of sustainable procurement practices.
The world’s first carbon border tax introduced by the EU will be phased in over three years. How will it work and how will it impact your business?
If you're subject to the first round of reporting against the EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive, you should be deep in preparation.
Canadian bill S-211 to fight forced and child labor in supply chains enters into force. What must in-scope entities do to comply with the new reporting obligations?
The second edition of our Carbon Action Report draws upon data from 40,000+ carbon performance ratings to provide insights into the state of climate action in the EcoVadis network.
The ever-growing urgency of the climate crisis, as well as raised awareness of previously unprotected people in the supply chain, is prompting governments and industry bodies to bring in new rules.
See how companies make positive sustainability impact in the latest EcoVadis Network Impact ReportView Now
Procurement's role is evolving from managing costs to leading sustainability efforts. Companies embracing this shift are building supply chain resilience and gaining a competitive edge.
Business Sustainability Index measures how 62,000 companies are doing on their sustainable procurement journeys and reveals unique insights into their performance.
The Australia Modern Slavery Act came into force in 2018. It applies to Australian entities or companies carrying out business in Australia with an annual consolidated revenue of AUD 100 million ...
The German Supply Chain Act or LkSG aims to protect human rights and limit environmental harm by making it mandatory for companies in the scope noted above to conduct supply chain due diligence.
All businesses that carry out business in the UK need to provide transparency on their supply chains and prepare an annual statement on slavery and human trafficking.
To comply with the new Norwegian law, the Transparency Act, companies need to conduct due diligence assessments to ensure they respect human rights and provide decent working conditions.
This infographic summarizes key insights from this year’s Network Impact Report – the most data-rich edition to date. It draws on 160,000+ ratings to explore the sustainability progress of our network
No supply chain is free of risks associated with modern slavery. Is your company ready to comply with supply chain due diligence regulations and protect human rights?
Research on Companies with Advanced EcoVadis Ratings Reveals Powerful Insights on Key Sustainability Practices, Profitability and Growth Performance
This report explores how EcoVadis is helping companies respond to these calls by enabling them to collaborate with their trading partners to drive improvement and scale sustainable change.
This whitepaper presents, analyses and interprets the results of that research and recommends practical steps organisations can take to ensure they have all the success factors in place.
Our methodology provides an overview of the EcoVadis reference model, seven founding principles, CSR criteria and rating process.
See key findings from the sixth edition of the Business Sustainability Risk and Performance Index: Insights from Global Supply Chain Ratings, an analysis of 53,000 companies across the globe.