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Protected: Cargill’s Connected4Change platform: Managing for supplier compliance consistent with the Framework


Challenge Cargill is one of the world’s largest commodity traders. The company purchases palm oil globally, and its Sustainable Palm Oil Policy includes a commitment to No Deforestation, No Peat, and No Exploitation (NDPE). In working to implement its sustainability policy for Latin American palm oil, which accounts for about…

Thinking globally and acting locally to achieve ethical supply chains


You work for a global company with a global supply chain—one that might span dozens of countries, regions, or commodity sectors. So even as you build a coherent approach to managing the big picture, you must also address the unique realities of each commodity origin and context. Your company will…

Sustainability without silos


Weaving together environmental and social good practices for an ethical supply chain Managing a supply chain is rarely a seamless process. Even as you work toward your business objectives and focus on the bottom line, you also have to set goals, develop systems, and implement practices for corporate responsibility. Being…

Get Started with the Accountability Framework


For companies and their service providers, a great place to start is to review the Ethical Supply Chain Journey. This interactive tool helps explain how to apply the Accountability Framework to build and maintain ethical supply chains. Stage 1: Set Commitments The Framework’s Principles and Guidance can help you to…

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