Speaking at last month's BusinessGreen Leaders Forum on supply chain risk, leading executives from Diageo, PwC, Carbon Trust and Kyocera discuss the environmental challenges facing supply chains
Last month experts from some of the world's leading brands, consultancies and NGOs gathered at BusinessGreen's inaugural Leaders Forum in London to discuss the most effective strategies for managing supply chain and resource risk - and how to transform this risk into an opportunity.
BusinessGreen grabbed a few minutes with some key executives at the event to get an added insight into the green supply chain challenges facing their industries, and the strategies they are using to address them.
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