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Nestlé Recognised as Climate Change Leader in Supply Chain

Nestlé Recognised as Climate Change Leader in Supply Chain
January 26
09:15 2017

Nestlé has been recognised as a global leader in reducing carbon emissions and tackling climate change across its supply chain. The international not-for-profit CDP has included Nestlé in its first supplier engagement leader board. CDP assessed actions to reduce emissions and lower climate-related risks in the supply chain in the past reporting year.

Nestlé is one of only 29 companies included out of a total of 3,300 assessed, putting it among just 1% awarded a place. The 29 companies are:

3M Company
Bank of America
BNY Mellon
Braskem S/A
Bridgestone Corporation
BT Group
Coca-Cola European Partners
Creative Group of Industries

Deutsche Telekom AG
EMC Corporation
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV
General Mills Inc.
General Motors Company
Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd.
Komatsu Ltd.
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation

Panasonic Corporation
Royal Philips
Sky plc
Sony Corporation
Stora Enso Oyj
thyssenkrupp AG
Toshiba Corporation
Yokohama Rubber Company, Limited

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