Tackling traceability: GRI launch new sector standards for food production
Supply chain due diligence has been pushed to the front of the corporate responsibility agenda of late, spurred by a legislative and regulatory focus on modern slavery, and headlines shedding light on sourcing commodities as diverse as cotton and seafood. The upcoming launch of a new standard for how organizations involved in food production can disclose the impact of their activities, should help
Sourcing Seafood Responsibly: Insights from the Hong Kong Sustainable Seafood Coalition
Supply chain transparency has become imperative in many industries. However, transparency in seafood supply chains, in particular, presents risks and challenges to corporates when attempting to conduct due diligence in line with emerging regulations or stock exchange disclosure requirements.
Getting the Full Picture: Why Worker Sentiment can Provide Critical Indicators for Responsible Sourcing
Tens of thousands of social compliance audits are conducted throughout global supply chains each year. ELEVATE alone conducts over 18,000 assessments and audits annually with a geographic reach of over 100 countries. And yet, a typical social compliance audit provides only a snapshot of a supplier’s performance. In a standard social compliance audit, a qualified assessor visits a supplier site for