Procurement must look beyond net zero to avoid 'graveyard of dinosaurs'

March 18, 2022 EcoVadis ‏‏‎

Polman said the world cannot solve climate change without “an active involvement in business”, but criticised current net zero policies seen throughout businesses. 

Speaking at the EcoVadis Sustain 2022 conference, he said: “Most companies are still in the corporate, social, responsibility mode, which is really dealing with doing less bad, 'Let's cut our carbon emission a little bit. Let's cut our deforestation a little bit. Let's cut our plastics in the oceans a little bit'.


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