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ESG Risk Exposure from COVID-19 Vaccine Transportation and Distribution

As mass vaccination against the coronavirus started, a key challenge has been to keep millions of doses of vaccines at the right temperature. An increase in temperature inside a truck or aircraft, by half a degree, for half an hour, would reportedly result in a 'defrosted' vaccine which has then to be discarded.

Infographic | 6 Factors Showing Supply Chain Sustainability

Infographic | 6 Factors Showing Supply Chain Sustainability

This infographic that breaks down six crucial factors for identifying strong and weak sustainability traits in any organization.

Sustainable Supply Chain Checklist: Essential ESG Action Items | Sustainalytics

The Sustainable Supply Chain Checklist: Essential ESG Action Items

For organizations new to ESG for supply chains, The Sustainable Supply Chain Checklist will help get you started.

Read how Nutrien used Sustainalytics' Socio-Economic Impact Report to quantify the social and economic impact of their sustainability efforts, particularly supplier diversity.

The Why and the How of Socio-Economic Impact Reporting

As CSR has evolved, companies have become accountable to more than just their shareholders. Stakeholders of all stripes are demanding greater accountability and transparency from organizations. Socio-economic impact reporting goes beyond traditional CSR to provide quantifiable evidence of a company’s positive socio-economic impact on its stakeholders.

Sustainable Finance Insights - Climate Adaptation, Biodiversity, Natural Capital, and More

In this monthly round-up of sustainable finance news, transactions, and regulations, Nick and Cheryl discuss the importance of biodiversity, demands for more sustainability reporting standards and answer listener questions.

ESG Insights in Supply Chains

In this special episode, our host Nick Gandolfo is joined by Nicole Verkindt, Director, Sustainalytics Corporate Solutions to discuss the role of ESG in supply chains and its importance for both buyers and suppliers.

Supply Chain Sustainability

Future-Proofing Supply Chains: Supply Chain Sustainability and Key Trends in 2021

Given the accelerating trends in sustainable supply chain management, integrating environmental, social, and governance (ESG) considerations throughout the supply chain will be a key priority for companies in 2021 and beyond.

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Gender Equality in Supply Chains: An Opportunity to Increase Positive Impacts

It’s well known that inequalities between men and women still exist in the workplace. Women are less likely to fill senior leadership positions (29% in North America), earn less (81 cents per dollar in the US) and own fewer businesses (39% of businesses in the US) than men.

10 for 2021 report

10 for 2021: Investing in the Circular Economy

This report aims to support investors interested in gauging environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks and opportunities in the global food value chain. We survey key subindustries – from agrochemicals, agriculture and aquaculture to packaged food, food retail and restaurants – in search of solutions that may support the principles of the circular economy (CE). These principles include minimizing waste and pollution, extending the use-phase of products and ecosystem regeneration. Some of the key insights found in the report are:

Socio-Economic Impact Sample Report

Socio-economic impact reporting is about more than corporate social responsibility. See how your spend affects the local economies where you do business.

Predictive ESG Risk Ratings

Visualize your supply chain, including direct and indirect suppliers, and compare their ESG Risk Ratings all in one place. Comparable company scores will help you evaluate organizations across industries, sectors, and regions.

Socio-Economic Impact Report

Sustainalytics' Socio-Economic Impact Report will provide an independent analysis and deep insights into the regional impact of your organization's activities and their value-add to economies and societies.

The Water Scarcity Challenge: Opportunities for Sustainable Solutions

Water may not be a top-of-mind concern for most investors, but it could turn out to be one of the most important investment themes of the 21st century. Market opportunities related to the water industry could reach USD 1 trillion by 2025.[1] As the issues of water quality and availability continue to make headlines, more investors are searching for opportunities to mitigate social and environmental risks while supporting sustainable solutions.

Second Party Opinion - Green, Social and Sustainability Bonds

Issuers looking to support their sustainability strategy through sustainable finance solutions have several options, from sources of debt to equity instruments. These solutions include Green Loans, Sustainability Linked Loans, Green Bonds, Sustainable Bonds and more.