Coming clean on supply chains
Supply chains are under pressure to achieve sustainability – but business leaders are paying lip service while clouds gather on the horizon, says Huw MorrisThe EcoVadis Sustain conference, held in March, marketed its conversation with Paul Polman as a ‘fireside chat’ – an opportunity for a leading industry figure to offer words of wisdom to invigorate de
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