13 May The sustainability buzzwords, acronyms, and abbreviations you need to know

When reading about sustainability, it seems that abbreviations, acronyms and buzzwords are everywhere. Some are commonly used, like the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) or Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Others, like Social Impact Bonds, are less so. But which ones are which?

Read More

26 Apr An Introduction to Sustainable Sourcing: Risks, Focus Areas, and Three Stages of Supplier Assessment

Integrating environmental, ethical and social metrics into sourcing and procurement will help you build a strong supply chain with long-term relationships with your suppliers. In this post, we look at how to define focus areas, and how to ensure supply chain sustainability.

Read More

29 Mar A Code of Conduct Can Supercharge Your Sustainable Sourcing

Working within procurement or sustainability and unsure about the benefits of putting together a code of conduct? Think of it a prenuptial agreement about transparency and responsibility for a happy, lasting relationship. Any company that is serious about reducing its climate impact and ...

Read More

15 Mar More Businesses Need to Report Their Climate Impact, Here’s Why

Growing awareness of the effects of climate change is prompting a demand for action from both the public and private sectors. While many governments recognize the need to measure climate impact, small and medium-sized enterprises have not had the same tools available to them. Until now, that is

Read More

27 Feb A Leading Supplier Doing Comprehensive Sustainability Work

Sweden’s leading restaurant and catering specialist engages in long-term quality and environmental efforts that create business benefits for the company and its customers. Martin & Servera is a family-owned group of companies, together, they deliver beverages, fresh produce, foodstuffs, ...

Read More

07 Feb 5 Tips for Boosting Supply Chain Sustainability

Companies need to understand that they’re part of a larger system if they are going to make progress on environmental issues. They need to not only understand the larger system they are in, but also work on the relationships they have with their suppliers. “In most supply chains, 90% of the ...

Read More

25 Jan Why SMEs Should be Reporting on the  Sustainable Development Goals

According to a 2018 update from the United Nations (UN), participation and reporting on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is hopeful on a country level, but progress not been rapid enough. The global goals will only be reached when small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are fully ...

Read More

01 Aug Business as Accelerator for the Sustainable Development Goals – Towards Long-term Contributions and Measurable Results

Almost three years have passed since the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development was adopted. Statistics show that Swedish companies are in the top when it comes to referring to the Sustainable Development Goals in their sustainability reports. But how do we take the next step? How do we ...

Read More

18 May What is Materiality? The Basics of Defining What Matters

Read More

19 Apr Introducing Worldfavor Sustainability Insights

Today’s customers, investors, and employees are more conscious than ever and expect companies to meet their expectations and be transparent with their performance. Understanding what these expectations are is therefore crucial for every business in the 21st century. However, the process of ...

Read More
1 2 3