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Suppliers who fail to cut emissions may lose out on clients

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With many a supplier failing to manage greenhouse emissions, it seems like enterprises stand to lose out on clients in the long run. This has been part of findings of a survey conducted by the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP).

It has been found that 56 per cent of large firms could face this problem in the future. Majors like Google, Dell, PepsiCo and Cadbury are likely to stop their businesses with suppliers because of this reason. Such issues are likely to encompass the whole business sector. One main reason would be climate change. Board-level executives responsible for environmental issues could be another.

Many organizations have no idea about the new measures of facing the climate change. But, at the same time, a handful of business groups give more importance in their annul report for checking carbon emissions. (Via Green.Yahoo; Image: Vandervilt)

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