Daniel Weiß

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Daniel Weiß is Head of Programme Green Economy at adelphi, a public policy consultancy based in Berlin. He completed a Master’s Degree in Sustainability Management at the University of Leeds, UK, and a Master’s Degree in Political Science at the Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, Germany, and in Gothenburg, Sweden. He is leading national and international projects in the area of sustainable management and sustainable supply chain management of companies. In one of his recent projects, he supported the monitoring process of companies’ supply chain due diligence obligations enshrined in the National Action Plan for Business and Human Rights on behalf of the German Federal Foreign Office.

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Jan 1, 2020
Weiß, Daniel, Garcia Bibiana

Respect for Human Rights in Global Value Chains: Risks and Opportunities for German Industries.

The German Federal Government adopted the National Action Plan for Business and Human Rights (NAP) in 2016. This plan lays down German companies’ responsibility to respect human rights. In addition, it provides for a bundle of measures to assist companies with implementing and organ­ising their d...


Jan 1, 2017
Jungmichel, Norbert; Christina Schampel, Daniel Weiß

Atlas on Environmental Impacts: Supply Chains

Identifying critical sustainability topics and areas of action in the supply chain represents a first important milestone for companies in sustainable supply chain management. The focus is important to be able to use the limited human and financial resources as effectively and efficiently as possibl...


Jan 1, 2019
Keppner, Benno, Daniel Weiß, Pietro Bertazzi, Bibiana García

Beyond Rhetoric: Why Foreign Policy Needs to Foster Private Sector SDG Implementation.

From conflict prevention to human rights protection – companies are vital for the success of the 2030 Agenda and foreign policy alike. But progress on SDG implementation in the business world is at a turning point. Foreign policy can and must play a decisive role by building a robust knowledge bas...


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