CDP: Companies facing $120bn in environmental supply chain risks by 2026

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Significant environmental risks lie on the horizon of many of the world's biggest companies, CD saidP
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Significant environmental risks lie on the horizon of many of the world's biggest companies, CD saidP

Analysis of data from 8,000 firms disclosing to CDP reveals huge and growing costs of inaction to address climate and environmental threats to corporate supply chains

Multinational companies are exposed to environmental risks in their supply chains that could result in costs of up to $120bn by 2026, new CDP research today indicates. The climate disclosure non-profit...

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