A large number of stakeholders are involved in the development of a product or service from the life cycle perspective, and each of them are responsible for different activities and/or processes that condition the environmental perspective of the whole.
Team work, joining forces and establishing collaborative spaces that multiply the individual achievements are essential in the environmental improvement of products and services. Therefore, the values of trust, transparency and respect that generate a favourable climate for dialogue, cooperation and learning must be embraced and fostered.
Nowadays, green drivers go beyond managing suppliers and covers not only those but the whole supply chain. In turn, their activity is not only focused on the general aspects of managing a company, but rather addresses all the aspects that intervene in the environmental considerations of commercial and business agreements between companies. This parallel session will analyse the existing tools to do so.
Moderator for this block: Ana Mezo, Ihobe
How can the supply chain be involved in business environmental improvement?
Joint meeting of all delegates.
Moderator for this block: Ignacio Quintana (Ihobe)
Moderator for this block: Gorane Ibarra (Ihobe)
New strategic approach and means of managing public policy
The active role of the business sector to drive innovation in the administration
An opportunity for service companies or secondary raw material brokers