The shoe and apparel giant has established a new partnership for easier access to sustainable materials and chemicals.
Twenty years after the company implemented a supplier code of conduct, it's going even further.
Wal-Mart and Dell were able to leverage supply chain expertise for competitive advantage. Will sustainability be next?
Several airlines have entered the biofuel marketplace, working to source, develop and invest in biofuel supplies.
Whether reformulating products or transforming the supply chain, companies are seeing the benefits of working together.
IT companies around the world face a wide range of issues, from conflict minerals to human trafficking.
Smaller companies can make your supply chain stronger, especially for companies entering new markets with smaller economies.
How scorecards are being used to make supply chains more sustainable was the focus of two events at the GreenBiz Forum.
Puma designs a new line of biodegradable and recyclable products to be among the first to meet C2C criteria.
Many top corporations know that stretching sustainability goals will lead to greater returns.
The company is moving forward on new initiatives, but still wrestles with the issue of profiting from sugary beverages.
WWF will help the clothing giant address water scarcity in its buildings, product design and supply chain.
Joel Makower discusses supply chain findings from the 2013 State of Green Business Report.
The outdoor gear and clothing giant shows how a company that sells stuff can do less harm to the earth.
As product life cycles get shorter, the speed of the reverse supply chain is becoming more important for companies.
It’s time for companies to bring their industries together and implement transparent systems that can make a difference.
Sample of more than 2,400 firms reveals widespread concerns of imminent climate impacts on operations and revenues.
Here are some key questions to ask when factoring sustainability into procurement pricing considerations.
The delivery giants release a new way to measure the carbon footprint of transportation and delivery operations.
A Berkeley MBA student pays a visit to the headquars of the world's biggest retailer. Who will teach the other a lesson?