Corporate leaders and regulators are increasingly focused on non-financial business outcomes. Climate change and human rights concerns in supply chains are at the top of the list, with aspects like biodiversity, water access, deforestation, and the move from a linear to a circular economy right behind them. With the truly staggering complexity of modern supply chains, and disparate regulations such as the German Supply Chain Act and the United States’ Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA), how can business leaders prepare their organizations for a world increasingly focused on sustainability?
Join two experts for an informative discussion of the current legislative trends regarding environmentally and socially responsible supply chains. You will learn what these trends mean for your business, and how executives can not only manage the risks but also turn them into opportunities.