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Share Your Ideas on Supply Chain Sustainability by December 6

Supply chain sustainability performance has been shown to have tangible economic and material benefits, as well as intangible workplace productivity benefits.

The intent of the new Environmental Sustainability survey is to develop an understanding of how companies and organizations within the automotive industry are engaging in environmental sustainability and to discover the underlying needs of the industry. Addressing the questions will help AIAG workgroups and committees to identify opportunities for efficiencies, cost savings, productivity benefits, and future projects related to sustainability.

The survey should only take 3 - 5 minutes, and must be completed by December 6, 2016. If you haven’t participated yet, please start the survey here.


Powering Performance

Survey Reveals Where Industry Concerns Lie in Current and Future Risk

By Carla Kalogeridis, Wednesday, November 16, 2016 1:00 PM

To continue a lively discussion on automotive corporate responsibility and risk management, OEM panelists at this year’s AIAG Corporate Responsibility Summit called for conference participants to respond to a follow-up Corporate Responsibility OEM Risk Survey, with results to be shared with the AIAG membership.

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A Look Back at 2016

By AIAG, Wednesday, November 16, 2016 11:18 AM

AIAG’s CR advisory committees and working groups are composed of members and subject matter experts who remain committed to building a corporate responsibility portfolio that addresses the sustainability issues — both social and environmental — that are impacting the automotive industry, and they have been exceptionally busy in 2016. Here is a look back at some of this year’s accomplishments.

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The Future of Reporting is Triangular

By Dunstan Allison-Hope, Wednesday, November 16, 2016 11:08 AM

A large number of organizations are in the business of influencing the future of sustainability reporting. We recently ran a blog series based on interviews with three of them—the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC), and the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB).

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