The science is clear: emissions need to fall 45% by 2030 to avoid the worst climate impacts, states the UN Climate Change convention.

As the climate crisis escalates, so does scrutiny of how companies are addressing environmental sustainability challenges, and new regulations and mandatory sustainability reporting are shaping the way global supply chains operate, promoting environmental responsibility. 

There are several environmental reporting frameworks and standards that pharma organisations can use to report on their environmental performance, these regulations and initiatives are evolving to facilitate sustainable supply chain operations. In this white paper, we take a look at some of the key sustainability reporting frameworks and standards.

Download this white paper to understand:

  • Key environmental sustainability regulations and what they mean for the pharma industry
  • Latest corporate sustainability reporting directives
  • Next steps for supply chain sustainability: key dates summary


Regulations are evolving to facilitate sustainable supply chain operations

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