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Qualcomm’s 2023 Corporate Responsibility Report: Supply Chain Management

3BL Media

Originally published in Qualcomm's 2023 Corporate Responsibility Report We work to have a sustainable supply chain management program that emphasizes product quality while minimizing risk and improving overall sustainability. Understanding risks and enabling supply chain sustainability is a key part of acting responsibly.

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Vestas: Powering Quality in the Supply Chain

3BL Media

Product defects are one possible cause, but how can manufacturers resolve quality issues when supply chains are so complex? But the wind energy sector is highly competitive, experiences rapid innovation, and is prone to massive supply chain issues. And repairs are costly, too.

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A tectonic shift in supply chain governance

GreenBiz

Developing options to advance sustainability is a major focus of rethinking supply chains. To be successful, though, sustainability cannot be managed as a standalone set of factors.

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Qualcomm’s 2023 Corporate Responsibility Report: Environmental Management in the Supply Chain

3BL Media

The combination of the use of this tool with internal Company knowledge and guidance from external consultants has helped us to better understand physical water risks in our operations, including our supply chain. We also evaluate physical risks in our supply chain.

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Mastering Supply Chain Sustainability: Where Does ESG Fit In?

Speaker: Hortense Grouvel

In this new webinar, you will learn firsthand how to set up a sustainable supply chain program that will help meet increasing ESG requirements stemming from regulators, customers, consumers, and investors alike.

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From solar to EVs: Five green tech supply chains that could deliver $215 billion boost to Australia

Renew Economy

BZE report says Australia could reap $215 billion if it moved into supply chains and manufacturing for solar, wind, batteries, heat pumps and commercial EVs. The post From solar to EVs: Five green tech supply chains that could deliver $215 billion boost to Australia appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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Here's how major car companies rank on 'clean' supply chains

Corporate Knights

Ford and Mercedes-Benz lead the automotive world in working to clean up their supply chains, according to a new report with rankings endorsed by a labor and environmental civil society coalition. But the car industry is far from achieving a “truly clean car” and progress is “lackluster,” the scorecard notes.