Integrating ESG into Supplier Risk Management

Companies in Europe face mounting pressure to incorporate and integrate environmental, social, and governance (ESG) principles and initiatives into their supply-chain risk management. By understanding ESG-related disruptions within their supply chains and ecosystems, businesses can anticipate challenges and adapt swiftly, bolstering their resilience. But for many companies, achieving this goal is a challenge.

This report, a collaboration between Chartis and Dun & Bradstreet:

  • Evaluates the current adoption of ESG risk management in European supply chains.
  • Summarises the best practices of those companies that have successfully achieved it.

The research is based on a series of interviews conducted with leading ESG supply chain professionals from European industrial and manufacturing businesses. The report also contains selected case studies based on the research, which explain, using practical examples, how specific companies are dealing with their challenges. 

With this report, companies that want to incorporate ESG and sustainability into their supplier risk management processes can:

  • Understand how ESG concerns affect procurement and supply chain risk management.
  • Identify strategies to future-proof their supply chains by adopting effective sustainability practices and managing ESG risk.

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