Know Your Suppliers, Measure Your Impact
“Supply chain sustainability” is the management of environmental, social and economic impacts and the encouragement of good governance practices, throughout the lifecycles of goods and services. The objective of supply chain sustainability is to create, protect and grow long-term environmental, social and economic value for all stakeholders involved in bringing products and services to market.
Consumers, governments and investors are become increasingly aware of environmental and social issues. In response, companies of all sizes across all industries are seeking to address their concerns by reconsidering their own supply chains.
A sustainable supply chain has become vital, and while some companies might only invest in sustainability because of government-mandated guidelines or brand image reasons, the most successful initiatives are intentional, with the backing of leadership and clear goals.
While more companies expand their sustainability programs to include suppliers, they struggle with implementation. At A Beautiful Green we help companies taking the right steps to move toward sustainable supply chains. We assist you in mapping your supply chain, communicating expectations, collecting data, and if necessary, developing and executing corrective action plans.
Contact us and learn more about how you can know your suppliers, measure your impact and implement sustainability in your supply chain.Enquire Now
B Corp Certification
Certified B Corporations are businesses that meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose. We help companies navigate the B Corp certification process, and we adapt it to your needs.
Reduce your business carbon footprint
We offer your organization clear and achievable environmental changes that will effectively decrease your carbon footprint in your office space, reduce operating costs, improve market position and increase awareness amongst all your stakeholders. Learn more about how you can make your office space a better place to work.