Automotive firms facing a sustainability execution gap

April 3, 2020 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


As consumers increasingly expect the automotive industry to improve its sustainability profile, many in the sector have admitted it needs to step up and take collective responsibility for its contribution to escalating greenhouse gas emissions. However, despite improved efforts, new research has found that automotive firms are still lagging to meet global sustainability targets


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