In today’s climate, it may seem that sustainability is no longer a business priority. Companies have shifted their focus to respond to both a global health pandemic and a social movement of unprecedented scale. With businesses needing to adjust their supply chains, adapt to dramatic changes in demand, and reassess budgets and internal business practices, where does this leave corporate commitments for more sustainable supply chains?
We are living in unprecedented times. While the best thing most of us can do is stay inside and limit contact, many others are needed on the front lines—healthcare workers, food and grocery retail employees, truckers, delivery service providers.