Championing Transparency, Responsibility, and a Resilient Supply Chain
The core of a sustainable business is found within its supply chain. We know that to safeguard our natural ecosystems and protect the livelihoods and well-being of people around the world we must invest in creating sustainable supply chains.
Sustainability priorities for organisations continue to grow. While energy and decarbonisation remain high on the priority list, there is a heightened focus and commitment from organisations to drive progress on key impact areas including human rights, social impact & DEI, circularity & waste, pollution, nature & biodiversity, and water stewardship. The best pathway to driving impact on these initiatives lies within the broader value chain. However, the global landscape and complexity of these networks results in companies struggling to fully understand how these risks and opportunities that traverse across issues, industries and locations truly impact their business and how to prioritise, plan and implement tools for identification, mitigation, reporting and impact.
At Anthesis our team of supply chain sustainability and responsible sourcing experts can help you to embed sustainability into your procurement and production processes ultimately creating a wealth of benefits from mitigating and managing risks, complying with global and local regulations, enhancing, and protecting your reputation, and creating competitive advantages that contribute to long-term business success in an evolving and complex global landscape. We support clients to drive truly sustainable change on a global scale. The team works with a diverse range of brands, retailers, suppliers, and manufacturers to understand the sustainability performance of their suppliers and consider both the social and environmental impacts within global supply chains.
Guide | Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive
The CS3D, or Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive, is a proposed European Union directive that would require companies to conduct due diligence on their supply chains to identify and mitigate potential human rights and environmental impacts.
German Supply Chain Act
The objective of the act is for German business to comply with due diligence obligations to improve compliance with human rights and material standards within supply chains.
Anthesis Compliance Suite
The Anthesis cloud-based solution for effortless material compliance and conflict cinerals management.
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