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Green means go

Green supply chain management: Opportunity today, imperative tomorrow

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Concern about the environment has taken its turn with other business trends for at least 30 years. Like most fads, enthusiasm has faded from time to time. Now, heightened public awareness and other factors, such as soaring fuel costs, are rapidly moving "green" issues to the top of the corporate agenda. And organizations cannot afford to ignore their supply chains. There is now a need for companies to develop supply chains that are cost-efficient, effective and, most of all, sustainable.

Green supply chain management: Opportunity today, imperative tomorrow, examines the rising importance of green supply chains in Canada, along with trends and potential solutions. All things "green" have made their way to the forefront of public awareness. In this move toward greater Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability, companies should not overlook their supply chain management. Learn more about what Canada’s supply chain leaders are saying — and doing — to make their supply chains more environmentally responsible.

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