Big business to reduce supply chain emissions


Does any organisation really think its carbon footprint begins and ends with its own operations anymore? Even if they do, some of the world’s most high profile conglomerates are setting a good example by recognising that they are responsible for carbon emissions generated in their supply chains. and a group of big guns have got together to form the Supply Chain Leadership Collaboration (SCLC) in order to do something about it.

Dell, HP, L’Oreal, PepsiCo, and Reckitt Benckiser have joined original members Cadbury Schweppes, Imperial Tobacco, Nestl√©, Procter & Gamble, Tesco and Unilever in the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) initiative. What they’re trying to do is to create a single standardised approach to providing key climate change information throughout their supply chains.


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