Whatever the answer, one thing is certain: if we do nothing and if we don’t change our mindset and behaviour, the world will force us to change drastically and transversally and rethink our ways of life, consumption habits, and economic models.
The Supply Chain Magazine, in co-operation with the economic newspaper ECO, discusses “The Sustainability of the Supply Chain”. Why?
Because time is running out. Because it is what we produce, manipulate, process, and consume today that dictates – with no margin for indifference or error – what tomorrow will look like. And with that, the preservation and maintenance of all forms of life, including our own. It is our life and what is happening (and changing) in the supply chain that will be under scrutiny. Because sustainability is not an alternative future.
It is the only possible future.
Pioneer programme in sustainable finance training in Portugal, with institutional support from the Ministry of Environment and Climate Action.
Due to the growing awareness of environmental and social issues and their consequences, corporate responsibility has changed.
Formal and informal stakeholders, from investors to advocacy groups, encourage the integration of social dimensions into business strategies to ensure the sustainability of business models. This integration should be seen not only from a risk mitigation and management perspective, but also as a focus on service and product innovation to create a positive impact on the world, thus ensuring a competitive advantage for companies.
The programme ‘Sustainability – A Corporate Journey’ aims to broaden the participants’ view of the role of business in society and stimulate their reflection on the challenges facing society today.
2021: Digital, secure, sustainable, innovative, inclusive, and more. What to expect from the financial sector’s contribution?
The Smart Payments Congress returned on 1 June for its 19th edition, where we continued to unveil key trends in banking and innovation in methods of payment.