Paris Climate Accord's Impacts to be Felt Beyond Emissions Through Supply Chains, Sustainability Initiatives: Source Intelligence
Dec 18, 2015, 02:26 ET
CARLSBAD, Calif., Dec. 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The unprecedented Paris climate accord is expected to bring additional focus on most or all sustainability initiatives by companies, and require additional tracking and reporting efforts, said executives at Source Intelligence (SI), a global compliance solution provider.
The Paris climate accord includes commitments from 186 of the 195 signatory countries to cut or limit the growth of greenhouse gas emissions, as well as more transparent reporting. These countries, in turn, are expected to place additional requirements on companies to reduce their overall carbon footprint, SI officials said.
"Already, just days after this historic accord, there are calls for stronger and lasting due diligence to ensure the goals and ideals of this pact will be fulfilled. This means continued and heightened focus on companies based in the European Union, in the Asia-Pacific region as well as the United States to carry out even more sustainability initiatives or increased reporting of these efforts," said Jess Kraus, Chief Executive Officer of Source Intelligence. "The pressure for accurate and thorough reports will only increase."
Source Intelligence, whose roots were in carbon reduction solutions, has now emerged as the global leader for supply chain transparency and reporting. Having created a scalable technology supported by a 24/7 multi-language engagement team and the world's largest supplier data base, SI is currently providing an invaluable resource to many of the world's largest brands facing a variety of compliance matters. These include mandatory conflict mineral reporting in the U.S., restricted substances reporting in the EU, human trafficking on a global basis and more.
ABOUT SOURCE INTELLIGENCE® (www.sourceintelligence.com):
Source Intelligence® (SI) is a global network of businesses linked together to expedite the exchange and validation of compliance information. SI's cloud-based SaaS platform helps customers make informed decisions about business partners to offer products that meet legal, ethical, and environmental standards. The company's information and analytics platform provides customers with visibility into supply chains in order to comply with the law, minimize operational and brand risk, and improve efficiency. Founded in 2009 by career experts in environmental solutions and analytics, Source Intelligence® has headquarters in Carlsbad, California and operations worldwide. It received the 2015 GRC Innovation Award, and Jess Kraus was named CEO of the Year by CIO Review magazine.
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