How Can The Accountability Framework Help Organisations Establish Ethical Supply Chains?


As environmental and ethical issues rise up the agenda for companies, investors and consumers, attention is increasingly turning to companies’ supply chains and their role in causing damage to the environment and human rights.

The Accountability Framework is a set of principles, definitions and guidance to help companies achieve ethical supply chains in agriculture and forestry, and it offers a clear and consistent way to set commitments, take action and monitor progress on everything from deforestation to human rights violations.

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