The importance of sustainable supply chains - ThinkHouse

26 minute read
12 April 2022

Sustainability and transparency in the supply chain is of growing importance, with tighter regulation and reporting moving it from a reputational issue to a legal requirement. In this short discussion, we draw out the key elements that need to be considered including best practice, environmental impacts, modern slavery and human rights. We highlight new and changing regulations and provide practical steps that can be taken by you as in-house counsel to manage risks and advise your board.

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