P&G uses stick-and-carrot approach to green its supply chain

04/8/2011 | Environmental Leader

Procter & Gamble has unveiled its second-generation sustainability scorecard -- last year's version focused primarily on collecting data, but the new edition aims to reward suppliers according to their environmental credibility. Results from the scorecard will feed into P&G's supplier-rating system and have a direct effect on the company's willingness to enter into new contracts.

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