Covering all the Bases: Sustainable Supply Chain Management in Canada
Organizations operating in global supply chains present various opportunities for growth through up-skilling, employment, and local economic growth. However, when organizations fail to conduct business responsibly they contribute to a myriad of social and environmental impacts including forced labour, human poor health and safety and environmental pollution. With the global population expected to reach 9 billion people by 2030, demand for products and services will also increase. Thus, it is becoming increasingly vital for organizations to be responsible across their supply chains and become equipped to deal with future market conditions and emerging sustainability issues. Decision making must move beyond considering not only cost, product quality and risk but environmental and social impacts.
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