Survey: Half of firms worried about 'unintentional greenwashing'

BusinessGreen staff
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New research highlights lack of confidence in green claims and Scope 3 CO2 reporting

More than half of organisations harbour concerns they could be at risk of unintentionally 'greenwashing', according to the findings of a survey of corporate procurement officers in the UK, Europe, and...

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