Sustainability in trade has become a topic of crucial importance for all stakeholders, from financiers and multinational corporations to SME suppliers in emerging markets. New developments are enabling a greater understanding of the environmental, social and governance risks in the world’s supply chains. But translating this into action means harnessing data in new and better ways.
By making ESG measurement simple, buyers can demonstrate their commitment to better outcomes for the environment and society, suppliers can gain better access to favourable financing conditions, and banks can better target their advisory services to help their clients do better on sustainability goals.
So how to get started? Watch this webinar with ESG rating agency Scope to find out:
- How can data supercharge sustainable trade
- What are the risks of not taking action
- How to put transaction-based ESG scoring into practice
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