Supply chain technologies link to green opportunities

01/3/2013 | SupplyChainDigital.com

Companies can improve their environmental footprints by using technologies that measure carbon emissions, water use and other factors impacted by the supply chain, writes Richard Tipper, CEO at Ecometrica. Keeping track of this information can help companies and their suppliers improve sustainability, and more companies are moving toward sharing this data with consumers, allowing customers to see the sustainability efforts that companies are making, Tipper writes.

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