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Leading global brands and their suppliers are putting their weight behind efforts to address violence against women through workplace-based interventions.
This is why and how companies should drive gender equality in global supply chains.
New gender-sensitive auditing guidance provides recommendations, practical advice, and relevant examples on how to effectively integrate gender considerations into audits.
For meaningful progress toward the SDGs, we need actors across entire value chains to take collective action on the issues that threaten business growth and social development.
A new BSR report—the first of its series—explores the business case for integrating climate risks into supply chain management.
This report explores how businesses can enhance their resilience to the impacts of climate change on their supply chains and improve their supply chain management in the process.
We don’t need to put more effort into certification and accounting for sustainability; we need to meaningfully change how we manage and engage with supply chains.
A resilient business is one that is able to anticipate, absorb, accommodate, and rapidly recover from climate events in its own operations and throughout its value chain. There is a strong business case for incorporating climate resilience into your supply chain.
There are six feasible and realistic actions that businesses, particularly in Asia Pacific, can take to help prevent plastic from becoming waste.
The Coca-Cola Company partnered with BSR to examine what climate risk and resilience might mean for its value chain.