Our Problem Isn’t My Problem: Pushing the Costs of Carbon Mitigation onto Supply Chain Partners

As the world marches towards a low-carbon future, costs will inevitably be incurred throughout the supply chain. Companies who are prepared to leverage size and tough tactics can extract value by inequitably dispersing costs through their supply chain partners, even in ‘collaborative’ relationships. Take a look at how this was done in the Australian grocery industry during the short-lived Carbon Tax in 2012.

General Mills Takes on Climate Change

The consumer products sector is both a contributor to and victim of the adverse impact of the global increase in greenhouse gas emissions. General Mills, producer of beloved brands like Cheerios, Häagen-Dazs and Yoplait, is one of many packaged food […]