The AMEE Report
This week, we are sharing our analysis of the UK government’s supply chain performance: we look at its carbon footprint, social impact through its support of SMEs and exposure to financial risk.
The good, the bad and the ugly: sustainability at Nespresso
“The sustainability story at Nespresso is a mix of the good, the bad and the ugly. On coffee sourcing, the company is an industry leader, training coffee farmers and paying premium prices. In the last few years, it has invested in reviving coffee production in war-weary South Sudan. That’s good.”
Manufacturers quietly seize the opportunity to lead on sustainability
“Sustainability issues are is increasingly material to businesses in many sectors. Many sustainability leaders started because they had brands to protect or government extraction licenses to win. They had a clear business rationale to start, and have been able to build from there.”