TSC launched our first impact report, Greening the Global Supply Chain in 2016. The report found that companies are starting to step up to the plate to make changes in their supply chains.
Anson, Henkel employee and TSC board member, discusses what it means to be in a leadership role at TSC. The TSC board helps drive TSC to be a leader in the industry with a combination of voices from the corporate, non-profit and academic sectors.
Murray, TSC CEO, traveled to China in 2015 to sign an MOU to promote green supply chain development. It is important for TSC to be in China to help our global mission of creating more sustainable consumer products.
Dooley, Chief Scientist at TSC, runs the numbers to determine TSC’s impact every year. In 2017, he found that a large percentage of suppliers were making changes to their manufacturing in order to improve their scores on TSC KPIs.
Carey from PepsiCo helped with TSC’s founding by working with TSC founders Jon Johnson and Jay Golden. Carey advocates for a collective action approach to tackling sustainability issues throughout the supply chain.
Mars remembers her first month on the job at TSC. She helped launch our electrons sector and runs our general merchandise sector today along with our partnership with the Responsible Battery Coalition.
Freeze, who works for Walmart, was part of the early team working with TSC to figure out what eventually would become the Sustainability Index.
Anson both works at Henkel, a founding member of TSC, and is our of TSC’s board members. He talks about early meetings where TSC members spent time trying to figure out what measuring sustainability really meant.
TSC Chief Executive discusses the very first Sustainability Index, primarily used by Walmart and Sam’s Club. The Index launched in 2014 and affects over $200 billion in retail sales.
One of TSC’s original co-chairs of the food, beverage and agriculture sector, Goldstein helped drive collective input and guidance for our initial KPIs.