The Sustainable Procurement Barometer has been benchmarking sustainable procurement practices of Global 2000 companies across all industries for over 10 years.
For this year’s edition, EcoVadis is teaming up with the Value Chain Innovation Initiative at Stanford Graduate School of Business to better understand the value of sustainable procurement programs in mitigating risk and enhancing resilience.
In the years before 2020 we saw dramatic progress with hundreds of global leaders scaling up their sustainable procurement programs. But how has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted this trend? And -- perhaps more importantly -- how have companies’ sustainable procurement practices improved the resilience of their supply chains during the crisis?
Join hundreds of your peers and participate in our survey.
It takes about 10 minutes to complete. You will receive a copy of the final research once published in June 2021.
All information will be treated confidentially and information identifying your organization will not be published.
Am I the right person to complete this survey?
The survey is addressed to the professionals in roles related to CSR/sustainability risk and opportunities in the supply base (e.g., SPO/VP Procurement or supply chain, sustainable procurement, sustainability/CSR, EHS, Risk Management). Please feel free to forward the link to the survey if needed.
How do we define sustainable procurement?
It’s the adoption and integration of corporate social responsibility principles into procurement processes and decisions, while ensuring they meet the requirements of the company and its stakeholders. It encompasses both: Product/materials sustainability as well as the sustainability of supplier practices.