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Does your company receive products from the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of the People’s Republic of China?

By Responsible Sourcing, Supply Chain Transparency, Traceability

Did you know the top three commodities, or highest-risk materials, derived from forced labor are chemical, apparel/textile and agricultural goods? The Uyghur Forced Labor Act (UFLPA) limits the importation of goods produced using forced labor, especially in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region into the United States. It was approved on…

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Building a responsible sourcing network

By Collaboration, Responsible Sourcing, Supply Chain Transparency

Today, the need for supply chain transparency to ensure safe, sustainable, and responsibly sourced products is a given across many industries. Consumers, governments, investors, and employees alike expect companies to prioritize sustainable practices to build a better future. Sustainability and responsible sourcing are key business drivers. But this was not…

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Ideas into Action: Ensuring Responsible Sourcing for the Future

By Responsible Sourcing

A more sustainable future starts with action today—but the process of developing a successful sustainability initiative is uncharted territory for many. How can organizations translate big-picture sustainability goals into concrete programs? What real and specific actions can organizations take to develop more sustainable and ethical supply chains? We see this as a three-step process.

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Internal engagement leads to responsible sourcing at scale

By Collaboration, Responsible Sourcing, Supply Chain Transparency

Responsible sourcing programs cannot occur in a vacuum; they must be incorporated across an entire business to have a real and long-lasting impact. Proving the importance of such programs to departments beyond responsible sourcing or sustainability is key to making meaningful progress towards your organization’s responsible sourcing goals.

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