Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities are self-regulated actions that a business can take in order to be more socially accountable to its stakeholders and the public in general.
A CSR assessment is an evaluation of how well a company has integrated the principles of CSR into their business. An assessment program is a first step into an ongoing monitoring process
The Carbon Footprint is the amount of greenhouse gas emissions created by the activities of an entity, such as a business, organization, or individual.
Corporate social responsibility is an organization’s responsibility for the impacts of its decisions and activities on society and the environment, through transparent and ethical behavior
Today, ESG ratings are used to evaluate a company based on its environmental, social, and governance practices, to provide transparency for investors, customers, and the industry as a whole
Social responsibility in business means that businesses not only work to maximize shareholder value but that they also act in a manner that is beneficial to society.
A supplier code of conduct is created for the purpose of ensuring that a company’s suppliers are working in responsible and environmentally-friendly conditions
A Supplier evaluation refers to the process of evaluating and approving potential suppliers by quantitative and qualitative assessment.
Sustainability reporting enables organizations to consider their impacts on a wide range of sustainability issues. This enables them to be more transparent about the risks and opportunities they face.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) were established in 2015 by the United Nations General Assembly and are a compilation of 17 agreements made by 193 countries to work toward achieving in order to “transform the world by 2030.”
Sustainable procurement is the adoption and integration of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) principles – including Environmental and Ethical criteria into your procurement processes
This guide gives you answers to frequently and commonly asked questions on sustainable procurement
Sustainable Sourcing, also called “Responsible sourcing”, is the integration of social, ethical and environmental performance factors into the process of selecting suppliers