3 ways companies can work with Chinese suppliers on climate

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Climate is a recent supply chain concern for most companies. While cost and quality always have been important, working conditions historically was the primary CSR supply chain focus. That is changing.

More recently, growing evidence of people displaced by floods, fires, and storms from unabated greenhouse gas emissions has converged with awareness that the greatest emissions for many companies is in their supply chain. In response, more companies are taking action to reduce GHG emissions with their suppliers.

In a new BSR report, “Managing Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the Supply Chain: Opportunities in China” — part of our Business in a Climate-Constrained World initiative — we outline new insights on how companies can reduce emissions in their supply chain.

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