Eight reasons companies should improve the climate credentials of their supply chains

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Eight reasons companies should improve the climate credentials of their supply chains

CDP's Dexter Galvin explains how business can benefit by increasing their supply chain's commitment to sustainability

Following the release this week of a report that showed that even green-minded multinationals can struggle to keep tabs on their supply chain's carbon footprint, BusinessGreen talks to Dexter Galvin from...

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