Bring transparency to your supply chain, optimize local land use and create values from ecosystem services.
Numerous companies decide to take action with regards to the ecological and social effects of their conduct. A top priority should be to combine external engagement, for instance by compensating carbon emissions via certified climate-protection projects, with value creation for the business. Create value from ecosystem services in your own supply chain, for example in the form of carbon credits.
Live up to your ecological and social responsibilities by employing internal measures, increase the resilience of your own value chain and create additional values at the same time.
What are the local impacts of land use in your supply chain? The impact on ecosystems can have positive as well as negative effects. The local population benefits through jobs, improved working conditions and access to education and training, while facing changes in their environment and local structures. Understanding the direct and indirect effects will help identify areas for continued improvement. The evaluation of impacts and their classification according to systems such as the Sustainable Development Goals creates transparency.
Gain insight into the impacts of your supply chain, honest and specific.
Several certifications exist for various products and sectors. However, only the appropriate assessment and labeling significantly strengthens your processes and meets your requirements for stakeholder communication. In some cases, the development of an internal standard might be the best way to achieve your goals. Together with our partner network, we support you in selecting the appropriate methodology and assist your company or suppliers during certification process.
Strengthen the transparency and credibility of sustainable production conditions in your value chain.