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SGS-Maine Pointe discusses challenges and benefits of ESG in supply chain

Although more companies are integrating ESG strategy into their supply chain amid growing stakeholder pressure, identifying, measuring, and meeting targets across extensive value chains can be a dizzying task. 

“There are broad opportunities across environmental, social, and governance…In the environmental space there’s energy efficiency, there’s greenhouse gas emissions and water management aspects,” Knowles told Supply Chain Brain. “From a social perspective there’s diversity and inclusion aspects, working conditions, and slavery…From a governance point of view, risk management, executive pay, and cybersecurity have become very hot.”

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