Sustainability is good for the Earth and good for the supply chain. Monaem Ben Lellahom writes about what elements make a sustainable supply chain and how it can be a profitable endeavor. Field of operation, geographical location, and stakeholder expectations among other things play into how sustainability can be incorporated into the supply chain. Lellahom identifies the five key drivers of sustainability as risk management, cost saving and realizing efficiencies, producing sustainable products, vehicles for cleansing suppliers and transparency, and ethical business conduct. Remember that everyone involved in the supply chain is a stakeholder with whom you should try to develop a shared mindset. Trying to improve name recognition should be a bonus of undergoing this transformative process rather than a goal in itself, as using sustainable techniques will yield numerous cost savings in themselves over time. Consult the full article for a detailed breakdown of what goes into making a good sustainable supply chain.