Chemical companies must tackle Scope 3 emissions to cut carbon footprint: TfS general manager Gabriel Unger

April 18, 2024 EcoVadis EN

There is no denying that emissions from chemical company supply chains must be reduced. But with companies faced with thousands of suppliers, the global initiative Together for Sustainability (TfS) hopes to streamline the greening process and provide a single platform to help chemical companies discuss the most practical and sustainable steps forward.

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