Sustainability scorecards are a fast rising global trend across the supply chains of many industries. Non-governmental organizations (NGOs), governments, trade associations, and multinational corporations are putting mounting pressure on suppliers to improve overall sustainability efforts, reduce emissions across the supply chain, and disclose this data.
We recently published a white paper that includes an in-depth analysis of 16 scorecard programs. The focus of this paper is specifically on the results of that research (i.e. who is doing scorecards and why), the role the abovementioned influencers play, and best practices for suppliers who want to comply.
Sustainability scorecards have become a key to success for suppliers and are here to stay. In fact, they are becoming more prevalent, more complex, and more mainstream – the sooner suppliers understand this and get on board, the sooner scorecards will no longer be viewed as a burden but instead as a springboard for success and growth as well as a competitive differentiator.
Download the new white paper The Growing Trend of Sustainability Scorecards to learn more about these 16 sustainability scorecard programs and how this growing trend might impact your business.
Which Buyer Scorecard Programs were analyzed?
- Outdoor Industry Association (OIA)
- Proctor & Gamble
- Johnson Controls
- Federal Government