As one of the five pillars of RBA’s Code of Conduct, environmental sustainability is a core component of many RBA members’ responsible business conduct programs. It is the environmental mission of the RBA to ensure that its members have visibility into their value chains, understand material environmental impacts at each tier, and are enabled to address these impacts individually and collectively. With the ability to engage companies throughout supply chains, the RBA is uniquely positioned to drive progress in an environmentally responsible way.
The RBA’s Environmental Sustainability Workgroup (ESWG) convenes members to identify pressing environmental issues and collaborate on solutions that drive improvement, not only within their organizations, but throughout their supply chains. With its members’ help, the RBA develops strategies and tools to improve the measurement of environmental impact, improve resource efficiency, and build industry capacity and performance.