In the wake of COP26 – and a raft of agreements and net zero commitments – sustainability has now become more important than ever for government, organisations and consumers. Yet despite this, very little action is being taken in the supply chain, as just one-in-ten suppliers (10%) say that organisations always include sustainable practices in contracts and agreements. Given the focus on combatting climate change, it’s clear organisations need to re-evaluate the importance of green practices across the supply chain.

Less than a quarter of suppliers (25%) say they are being routinely measured on carbon emissions

Read the full report to:

  • Discover the key areas for organisations to improve the measurement
    and evaluation of supply chain sustainability
  • Learn how gaining a 360-degree view of suppliers an subcontractors
    can help organisations gain visibility into the environmental impact
    of supply chains
  • Understand how collaboration with suppliers can help find new ways to
    improve sustainability and reduce environmental impact