CDP, the world's largest environmental reporting platform whose activities in Turkey are undertaken by Sabancı University Corporate Governance Forum, were announced the 2022 Turkey results of CDP on Tuesday, April 25, 2023.
Companies with validated science-based targets are reducing GHG emissions at a faster and more ambitious pace than the economy as a whole.
Less than half (41%) of companies disclosing to CDP are reporting on any of their supply chain emissions despite their impact significantly outsizing (11.4x) direct emissions
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