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Gabrele Unger
EB Studio There is no denying that emissions from chemical company supply chains must be reduced. But with companies faced with thousands of suppliers, the global initiative Together for Sustainability (TfS) hopes to streamline the greening process and provide a single platform to help chemical companies discuss the most practical and sustainable steps forward.
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The Malaysian bank is the first to set decarbonisation targets for the sector, aiming to cut portfolio emissions intensity by 16 per cent by 2030. However, its commitment does not directly include smallholders, who are not within its existing base of clients.
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Fewer issuers are now linking sustainability metrics to their executive compensation, overall business strategy and financial performance, even as sustainability reporting improves, finds a study by Singapore’s market regulator.
Andy Wilson speaking at The Conscious Festival 2023
Asian firms should look to Europe for cues on how to communicate their sustainability credentials, suggested Andy Wilson, advertising agency Ogilvy's head of sustainability, at The Conscious Festival in Singapore.
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Linking remuneration to a company’s climate-related goals is an important catalyst for corporate climate action. There are different factors that companies need to consider to implement effective climate-linked incentive schemes.
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Engaging the world’s largest polluter on climate solutions has not been smooth sailing. Supply chains are highly inter-connected and businesses find that they need to tread along a tightrope between China and the West, even on climate.
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