Procurement plays a vital -- though often undervalued -- role in a company's sustainability efforts. This paper challenges Chief Procurement Officers, sourcing professionals and other business leaders who influence buying decisions to shift their approach in service of a more responsible, resilient and – ultimately – regenerative economy. It defines a regenerative economy as one in which economic activity works in the service of a just and inclusive society and clarifies what is needed to create real progress and to harness the power of purchasing to create the future we want.
This paper was written by John Elkington and the team at Volans, with the support of EcoVadis.
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