Are capital goods firms doing enough to drive the low carbon industrial revolution?

Michael Holder
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CDP analysis of top 22 capital goods firms, including Siemens, Vestas and Schneider Electric, finds they are pushing the low carbon transition, but performing poorly on supply chain climate disclosure

The global capital goods sector, characterised by companies which typically produce goods used to manufacture other goods, represents a crucial pillar of the growing low carbon economy. After all, the...

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