Join this webinar to learn about the development of supply chain responsibility in the IT industry 2015-2018.
Learn how to integrate the principles of the circular economy into procurement practice and see real-life examples of implementation.
How can IT purchasers take circular approach to the devices they buy? Guests: Joost de Kluijver, Closing the Loop and Steve Haskew, Circular Computing.
Webinar about the sustainability challenges connected to IT products, and how you can drive positive change through strategic, sustainable procurement.
October 25 is Global World Ecolabel Day, celebrating products and services that are independently verified to be more sustainable.
Beginning September 4, brands are able to apply for product certification in accordance with TCO Certified, generation 8. Get a first look at how this generation addresses issues such as circularity, supply chain transparency and responsibility.
Join our guest speaker Kris Spriano, SPLC BENCHMARK Program Manager in this case study which demonstrates a method to measure and benchmark sustainable purchasing practices within an organization.
Two and a half billion people use smartphones daily. Did you know that smartphones are connected to conflicts and violence because of minerals such as tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold? These minerals are often called conflict minerals since they are mined in conflict-affected areas where human rights abuses are common.
2.5 billion people are smartphone users today. Still, smartphones are lagging behind computers in terms of sustainability. Why, and how can this be addressed? Join us on March 21 for a learning webinar where we’ll discuss the current status of sustainability for smartphones. We will cover social and environmental sustainability issues throughout the product life cycle.
Webinar on-demand: Closing the gap – the role of purchasers in driving a more socially responsible IT supply chain
Listen to our first webinar of the year where we discussed our supply chain responsibility findings from 2017 and what they mean for you as an IT purchaser.