Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Introduction to Sustainable Supply Chains

A good introduction to sustainable supply chains is available from 2degrees. The PDF document is called "Supply Chain Management." It is part of 2degrees Sustainability Essentials Series.

The 2degrees Sustainability Essentials Series provides the necessary guidance to a range of topics, for companies at the start of their sustainability journeys, or for 2degrees members who are new in their roles. Think of it as a short course or a “beginner’s guide to” sustainability issues. This document highlights what you need to know about supply chain sustainability.

To download the PDF click here.

© 2012, Richard Matthews. All rights reserved.

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