Publications

Publications

Learn about our approaches to solving supply chain transparency and sustainability issues.

(In german) Gemeinsame Publikation mit dem Wuppertal Institut

Vor dem Hintergrund des Lieferkettengesetzes wird in der neuen Publikation eine Politikempfehlung für nachhaltige und widerstandsfähige Lieferketten diskutiert. Freiwillige Standards und Leitlinien für nachhaltige Lieferketten reichen zumeist nicht aus, weshalb eine Notwendigkeit zur weiteren Nachbesserung des Gesetzes besteht.

Die globale Covid-19-Pandemie beeinflusst fragile Lieferkette sowohl sozial als auch ökologisch. Die Wichtigkeit von Kooperation nimmt immer weiter zu. Regionalwirtschaften müssen global miteinander kooperieren und sich beiderseits wirtschaftlich und sozial zur Hilfe kommen – vor allem in Krisenzeiten wie momentan.

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Whitepaper: INCREASING TRANSPARENCY IN MINERAL SUPPLY CHAINS

Regulators and other stakeholders increasingly demand that companies take on responsibility for their supply chains to drive sustainability, take over responsibility, and mitigate risks. Companies face five key challenges to increase supply chain transparency, with limited visibility in the supply chain being the most challenging. Read this whitepaper to learn about the challenges and how you can tackle them with cloud technology.

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Whitepaper: IMPLEMENTING TRANSPARENCY IN TEXTILE SUPPLY CHAINS

The increasing complexity of where ‘the stuff we buy’ actually comes from has sparked interest in validating social and ecological quality as well as sustainability standards for consumer products. Making supply chains more transparent calls for new platforms like sustainabill. Download this whitepaper to see how you can uncover every step on the way from cotton to jeans, from raw material to final consumer product.

SCientific paper: the material footprint as kpi for life cycle assessment

When assessing sustainability, companies look for KPIs, which allow them to ensure ecological and cost-efficiency. This scientific paper from sustainabill and the Wuppertal Institute describes how the Material Footprint can be used as an integral KPI to assess the environmental performance and raw material efficiency of products.