Even though the federal government has failed to pass meaningful climate change and energy legislation, “greening the supply chain” remains a priority for many companies. Businesses are turning to their supply chains to eliminate waste, reduce their environmental impact and diminish risks associated with climate change and resource depletion.
Now, more than ever before, a wide range of stakeholders, including commercial customers, consumers, investors, analysts and others, is demanding transparent information about the lifecycle of products and services.
To help you get your arms around these environmental concerns, Ernst & Young LLP has identified five specific climate change and sustainability risks to supply chain operations. This list includes: (more…)