More sustainable and lower risk supply chains

STAR Index is your one stop solution to manage and deliver a more sustainable and lower risk supply chain.

The platform enables you to gather key data and insight on complex global supply chains using pre-loaded templates, to report on current and future state scenarios, enabling you to plan and defend your commitments.

Visualising these commitments through our easy to navigate user interface, you can customise thresholds and RAG ratings, putting you firmly in control.

Comprehensive and cost effective solutions

Without Visibility there is no Accountability.

Combining our own in-house expertise with the deep and broad expert knowledge of our comprehensive global network of Partners, we provide the best subject matter and sector expertise available. Identifying and addressing areas of exposure, our consultancy partners can support you and your supply chain partners with insight and  knowledge to build your capacity to address your own ever-moving ESG and sustainability risk profile.

Environment

Addressing the ‘E’ in ESG Risk

The responsible use and protection of the natural environment is increasingly rising up the list of many organisations’ ESG priorities. Environmental concerns – once merely the focus of activists, and only widely visible in the wake of a major disaster, are now mainstream topics of Boardroom discussion.

Companies and investors often lack a common framework for assessing their ESG risks and opportunities.

STAR Index can help you to develop strategies which address ESG risk across full supply chains and global operations, enabling you to respond to increased scrutiny with clarity and confidence, helping to avoid costly greenwashing scandals and unwanted negative headlines.

The STAR Index platform can be used to gather data which can then be used to address the requirements of many of the most advanced frameworks and industry standards – such as B-Corp certification and the UN SDG’s.

Governance

Addressing the ‘G’ in ESG Risk

Good governance practice is the foundation upon which ESG risk management is built, and enables progress to be evaluated.

Good governance practice contributes to successful strong stakeholder engagement and directly affects profitability. Increasingly how businesses respond to regulation, legislation, voluntary codes of practice and industry frameworks contributes to the mitigation of reputational and financial risk.

STAR Index can help you to understand the implications of regulation and legislation in relation to specific sectors, using our extensive global partner network to develop strategies which address ESG risk across full supply chains and global operations, enabling you to respond to increased scrutiny with clarity and confidence, helping you to avoid costly greenwashing scandals and unwanted negative headlines.

The STAR Index platform can be used to gather data which can then be used to address the requirements of many of the most advanced frameworks and industry standards – such as B-Corp certification and the UNSDG’s.

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Posted: 29 Nov 2022

Qatar’s World Cup: Is it what it seems?

Many debates have been sparked during the lead-up to this year’s World Cup. With Qatar being the first middle eastern country to host a World Cup ever after winning the bid in 2010, there has been a heightened interest in the country’s political stance. The most notable debates surrounding the World Cup have been controversies regarding humanitarian issues such as modern-day slavery, policies surrounding LQBTQ+ rights and the infrastructure of Qatar.

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Posted: 14 Nov 2022

Rewilding: stand back and let nature do its thing

Rewilding has become a popular venture for restoring the natural environment. It aims to restore large-scale ecosystems, reverse the loss of biodiversity and return things to where nature can take care of itself. Corporations have found it to be an attractive prospect for offsetting their carbon footprint, attracting some controversy and speculation. So is rewilding as much of a progressive move for the environment as it’s made out to be?

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Posted: 23 Nov 2022

Modern Slavery: Your Supply Chain’s Dirty Little Secret

In the years between 1662 and 1807, Great Britain purchased a reported 3,415,500 slaves from the African continent. Given the scale of London’s ports and trade activity, slavery was common practice in the UK economy during this time.

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