Achieving adequate traceability as an essential component for ethical supply chains

Based on CDP data, companies cited that supply chain complexity is continuously to be the major challenge to avoiding forest related risks in company’s direct operations and in other parts of their value chain. To reduce risk and ensure that the products in a supply chain are free of deforestation, ecosystem conversion, and human rights abuses, companies need to know how these materials were produced.

This requires tracing the product to specific areas, producers, or intermediate suppliers for which performance on these topics is known. Achieving adequate traceability is therefore an essential component of establishing and managing an ethical supply chain.

In this webinar, CDP and the Accountability Framework initiative (AFi) will discuss the importance of traceability, provide guidance for company on implementing traceability best practices, and present case studies and key actions taken by companies in implementing traceability within their supply chain.

The webinar will be delivered in Bahasa Indonesia and English, with live translation available.

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