The Future Of Supply Chain Sustainability: Best Practices To Advance Sustainable Action

  • Webinar
  • ESG & Sustainability

The Future Of Supply Chain Sustainability: Best Practices To Advance Sustainable Action

Supply chain sustainability represents a firm's efforts to minimize adverse social and environmental impacts across a business and that business’ supplier network. While corporations increasingly engage with social and environmental issues in their supply chains, these initiatives often face visibility, data, and engagement challenges.

This webinar brings together best practices to help corporates improve ESG performance in the supply chain and get better insights into how digital tools contribute to supply chain transparency and resilience.

Key discussion points:

  • Understand key trends and challenges regarding supply chain sustainability
  • Learn best practices to advance sustainable action
  • Leverage digital tools to enhance supply chain sustainability management


On this webinar

Elisa Molero


Elisa Molero is a research analyst specialised in ESG & Sustainability. Her background is in Economics (BSc University of Navarra). She holds a minor in leadership and governance. Prior to joining Verdantix she completed a Master’s degree in Global Politics with Distinction at the London School of Economics and Political Science. 

Guy Lewis

Industry Analyst

Guy is an Industry Analyst in the ESG and Sustainability Practice. Prior to joining Verdantix, he worked at Bulb helping to optimise member experience as part of their renewable energy offering. He gained knowledge in operations and smart technologies. Guy holds a BA in Geography from the University of Manchester, with a placement year at the University of Queensland.

Industry Analyst

Alessandra Leggieri is an Industry analyst specialised in Net Zero & Climate Risk. Her background is in Biology (BSc Imperial College London), with a focus on Environmental Sciences. Prior to joining Verdantix she completed a Master's degree in Environmental Technology with Distinction. Her thesis project looked at biodiversity-friendly pest management decisions in communal gardens, which involved a collaboration with the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. She has experience with both quantitative and qualitative data analysis, using R and NVivo.