Green Supply Chain

A ‘Green supply chain’  refers to a series of interconnected stakeholders (customer, primary supplier, and lower-tier suppliers) that apply processes and policies that deliver environmental and social benefits while complying with appropriate legislation.

While aspirational, a green supply chain can be challenging to establish; many organizations have a supply chain that may include large quantities of suppliers, which cross geographical & cultural borders. Legislation can be complex with a variety of standards, national and international laws to comply with. We covered some of these challenges in our post on the ethical supply chain.

Organizations often turn to their supply chain when looking to ‘go green, but why is this? In today’s article, I will look to answer this in covering the Green Supply Chain; including

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