Risk management is a critical part of good business planning. Yet conventional risk management often fails to address environmental and social risks within global supply chains. Unsustainable sourcing can destroy biodiversity and affect communities, threatening future supply and brand reputation.
WWF can help your company understand environmental and social risks and set up responsible sourcing. Find out how using our Supply Risk Analysis Tool ►
WWF's Supply Risk Analysis Tool can help companies:
- understand risks to biodiversity associated with commodity production and procurement, and develop action plans to reduce those negative impacts
- understand the relative risk and opportunity within a supply chain to develop an action plan to reduce the footprint of a commodity’s production on a global scale
A number of credible, third-party certification schemes, such as the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) can help companies prevent environmental degradation and drive the key industries toward better and more responsible performance. Find out more about certification here.
WWF supports those standards that are rigorous in both design and implementation and that are compliant with the ISEAL Codes of Good Practice, including the Impacts Code and WWF’s Principles for Standards and Certification Schemes. Find out more about measuring impact here.