Survey on Green/Ethical Procurement in Disaster/Supply Chain Disruption Recovery

As the world begins to assess the global economic impacts of the Japan disaster, it is clear that many industries are facing major supply chain disruptions.

Generally, companies have robust business continuity/disaster recovery plans that provide for employee safety and continued business operation.  At the same time, in the last 5 years have we have witnessed an explosion in the adoption of green/ethical procurement standards.   So we have posed the question:

How are corporate green/ethical procurement standards addressed in emergency recovery plans – if at all?

Elm has launched a short survey to gather general information on this question.  Click here to participate in this survey.  Please be assured that we do not track any information about the participants and no company/individual identification information is requested or gathered.

The results will be published here in 2-4 weeks.  We appreciate your participation.


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