Verdantix expands ESG research practice to meet surging demand for green tech

Cecilia Keating
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Demand for ESG services and technologies has soared in recent years
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Demand for ESG services and technologies has soared in recent years

Independent research firm says rebooted sustainability practice will allow companies to grow more sustainably

The ecosystem of firms working to help corporates and technology developers deliver a net zero emission economy has expanded further, after independent research and advisory firm Verdantix today announced...

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