The question is: Can large companies distributing products to consumers across the globe actually have a positive impact on the environment? In recent years, it has become very fashionable for a company to announce that they are “greening” their supply chain. The changes these companies propose would have a significant effect on their carbon footprint, not to mention their public profile.
So, what’s the real reason for the move toward green supply chains? Do these companies really care about the environment, or are they just trying to win over consumers? We’re curious: would the eco-friendliness of a company’s supply chain affect your decision to buy their products? Before we dig into these topics, we want to know what you think.
You can find the survey here: