Sustainable Supply Chains — Desired and Required

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With greater consumer awareness and changing social values, most organizations these days feel compelled to report on their sustainable business practices. Not only are such disclosures good for the image of the company, but they come with concrete financial benefits attached – one in every four dollars invested in the United States, and $23 trillion globally, come from investors who say that environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues matter to them.

In this article, Protiviti’s Bernie Donachie and Bob Hirth give their insights on what exactly makes a company sustainable and how companies can make supply chain ESG a strategic goal.

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