Up to 90% of a company’s sustainability impact may originate in its supply chain, according to some research. To address this impact, corporations are looking closely at their supply chains through the lens of environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) issues.
We’ve created an infographic that breaks down six crucial factors for identifying strong and weak sustainability traits in any organization.
Read on to see what it means to have strong or weak supply chain practices.
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