Sustainability is no longer just a climate issue; it is also an economic issue. As social consciousness begins to rise and negative environmental impacts become more tangible, many business and political leaders are viewing sustainability as a vital component for their corporate strategies. Especially in the areas of sourcing and procurement, where costs tend to be higher, leaders are searching for new ways to source and work more ethically and sustainably.
Despite the enthusiasm and investment in research and initiatives, sustainability remains a challenge within Supply Chain Management and various procurement functions. To understand why this is the case and get their perspectives, we spoke to a few thought leaders on the dos and don’ts of sustainable procurement.
How can we create a sustainable, circular economy that's good for both the business and the planet?
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