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IMD demonstrates sustainability progress with EcoVadis rating

The business school has demonstrated continuous improvement in implementing sustainability performance and capturing impact.
March 2021

IMD has been rated Silver for 2021 by EcoVadis. The business school has demonstrated continuous improvement in implementing sustainability performance and capturing impact. EcoVadis announced that IMD has shown a clear year-on-year progression in its score.

First accredited in 2015 to demonstrate its responsible practices to partners and clients, IMD now participates in the voluntary program annually.

The EcoVadis ratings measure organizations’ activities to ensure and promote respect for the environment, human rights, ethics, sustainable procurement, and more.

“Sustainability is a key priority for IMD, both in the way we influence leaders and organizations to be more sustainable, and in our own culture and operations. We are delighted to see our efforts recognized,” said Natalia Olynec, IMD Head of Sustainability.

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