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Question
What percentage of new suppliers were screened using environmental criteria?
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updated 5 months ago by Rishabh Nayyar
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Rishabh Nayyar.....2019-01-11 19:27:25 UTC

This metric is based on the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G4 Guidelines. It covers part of the information required by G4-EN32 - 'Percentage of new suppliers that were screened using environmental criteria'.

This Indicator informs stakeholders about the percentage of suppliers selected or contracted subject to environmental due diligence processes. Due diligence should be initiated as early as possible in the development of a new relationship with a supplier.

Significant potential negative environmental impacts may be prevented or mitigated at the stage of structuring contracts or other agreements.


Methodology

This metric is looking for percentage of new suppliers were screened using environmental criteria:

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To calculate the percentage of new suppliers that were screened using environmental criteria - G4-EN32-a:

  • Identify the total number of new suppliers that the organization considered selecting or contracting with.

  • Identify the total number of new suppliers that were screened using environmental criteria.

  • Environmental criteria may include the Aspects under the Environmental Category.

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