80% of Companies Committed to Supply Chain Sustainability, Despite Pandemic (.PDF Download)

Aug. 4, 2021
The MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics Council of Supply Chain Management’s new State of Supply Chain Sustainability 2021 report proves just how committed organizations are to supply chain sustainability right now.

Sustainability is alive and well in the modern supply chain, where some organizations are stepping up to the plate and doing their part to help preserve the environment, reduce the size of their carbon footprints and whittle down the amount of greenhouse gases (GHGs) that their facilities are emitting.

Even a global pandemic couldn’t thwart their efforts on this front, and the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics Council of Supply Chain Management (MIT CTL) sees this as a good thing. Last year, when the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic was still escalating, it expected the crisis to dampen companies’ enthusiasm for investing in supply chain sustainability. The prevailing thought was the companies would divert all of their available resources to combating the pandemic.

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