Nike and Airbus seek green data from suppliers

May 21, 2020 EcoVadis ‏‏‎

CDP, a climate research provider with a membership of more than 150 organisations with a combined procurement spend of over $4tn, said the increase was driven by demand from buyers, investors and consumers for greater transparency.

CDP’s membership grew 24% in 2020 year-on-year, with Nike, Airbus and Sainsbury’s among new joiners. CDP asks a total of 15,000 suppliers each year for data on issues including CO2 emissions, deforestation and water security, on behalf of members.


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