ASCI Webinar: Supply Chain Sustainability and Circularity

ASCI Webinar: Supply Chain Sustainability and Circularity

 

Topics:

1. Understanding Sustainability in Supply Chains

  • Definition of sustainability in the supply chain context by examining all product stages from raw materials to end of life.
  • Importance and benefits of sustainable supply chains

2. Exploring Circular Supply Chains

  • What is a circular supply chain
  • Differences between linear and circular supply chains
  • Key principles of circular supply chains that make them better than plain sustainability

3. The Role of Supply Chains in Achieving Overall Sustainability

  • Impact of supply chains on environmental, social, and economic sustainability
  • Supply chain contributions to a company’s overall sustainability goals
  • Metrics and KPIs for assessing sustainability in supply chains

4. Tools to Implement Circular Supply Chains

Key learnings from the webinar:

At the end of the presentation, participants will be able to:

1. Define sustainability within the supply chain, examining all product stages from raw materials to end-of-life.

2. Explain what a circular supply chain is, differentiate between linear and circular supply chains, and understand the key principles that make circular supply chains more advantageous than traditional sustainability approaches.

3. Assess the hot spots of the supply chain, upstream and downstream, and understand how supply chains contribute to a company’s overall sustainability goals.

4. Identify and use tools to implement circular supply chain practices, and understand how to transition from linear to circular models, and integrate these practices into their organisations.

 

Date & Time

26 June 2024 (Wednesday)

1:00 - 2:00 p.m. (Sydney time)

Free Registration

Event Registration

Please note there are two registration steps:

  1. Please register at the bottom of the page to redeem your Continued Professional Development point
  2. Click here to register to the Webinar (to receive the Zoom link)

This webinar is awarded one continued professional development point.

Speaker Introduction