Sustainability scorecards are an increasingly important tool that affects companies at every level of the supply chain. Driven by large, multinational corporations and government regulations, more …
Sustainability scorecards are an increasingly important tool that affects companies at every level of the supply chain. Driven by large, multinational corporations and government regulations, more and more buyers—including the Federal government--are requiring their suppliers to engage in sustainable business practices.
Our complimentary white paper on sustainability scorecards provides you with valuable insights gained from our extensive research on supply chain sustainability including market leaders Dell, Ford, and Google, among others.
Download the white paper now to learn:
-Who is using scorecards—and why
-How NGOs, trade associations, and government are influencing the supply chain
-Three simple rules for compliance with scorecard requests
Contributors to the paper include:
Bruno Sarda – Director of Sustainability Operations at Dell:
“Our large customers demand it [sustainability disclosure] and about 2/3 of our public sector customers demand a high level of disclosure…”
Geraldine Link – Public Policy Director at National Ski Area Association:
“Energy is a very important topic in this industry and if we can reduce our carbon footprint, we can save money and help the environment at the same time. This is no longer the exception, but the rule…”
Mark Newton – Vice President of Sustainability at Timberland:
“From the highest levels of a corporation, organizations are beginning to think holistically and to engage suppliers to be innovative in their efforts…”