Tag archives for supply chain
There are several reasons why companies should pursue a more sustainable supply chain: diminishing raw materials, human rights and resource efficiencies.
A Deloitte study gives an overview of the challenges companies face within their supply chains and how they can partner with their suppliers to solve them.
Yesterday the adidas Group released its 2012 Sustainability Report, which focuses on the company’s work on environmental, supply chain and community work.
On Wednesday ForestEthics announced more major brands have moved away from the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) paper products certification program.
Nestlé has long attracted plenty of criticism, but its “shared value” and corporate social responsiblity (CSR) agenda could mend its reputation.
On Monday, Ford Motor Co. and General Motors (GM) inked an agreement that links both companies to develop next generation transmissions for cars and trucks.
Today Proctor and Gamble announced the consumer packaged goods giant has reached a new zero-waste milestone.
Today H&M released its sustainability report for 2012, outlining the company's progress on textile recycling, water efficiency and organic cotton use.
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters' most recent sustainability report details the company’s successes and shortcomings during FY2012.
Today Nestlé releases its annual “Creating Shared Value” report, which promises to ramp up work in three main areas: nutrition, water and rural development.
HP issued new guidelines to its suppliers conducting operations in China that according to the company are the first for the information technology sector.
IKEA Group releases its 2012 sustainability report today, explaining the company's goal to be a beacon of both sustainability and affordability in the home.