GSK sets up network to help its suppliers cut emissions

GlaxoSmithKline ($GSK) is working to reduce the environmental impact of its supply chain with an information exchange that allows its suppliers to share ideas on how to improve energy efficiency and reduce environmental impacts. According to edie.net, GSK says that 40% of its carbon footprint comes from buying supplies. It is asking 500 suppliers to joint the network and hopes that will result in reducing emissions from its processes by 25%. Story

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