SME Climate Hub: Top corporates to consider climate performance when selecting suppliers

September 24, 2020 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


BT Group, Ikea, and Unilever among a host of big brands backing plans to help smaller businesses set net zero goals, as 1.5C Supply Chain Leaders group commits to making climate targets a key factor in purchasing criteria


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