Many companies see the need and are now seeing the business case and profit results for environmental and social sustainability programs and initiatives. A typical progression is for organizations to look at internal initiatives (i.e., energy efficiency), followed by downstream usage of products or services and reuse, recycling and disposal of products. For maximum beneficial impact, organizations need to leverage the supply base. However, not everyone has the power of Wal-mart, GE or IBM to require suppliers to engage. This presentation is an overview of a practical roadmap for extension of sustainability programs upstream to suppliers that companies of various size and status can follow to make progress and move up the curve toward supply chain sustainability.