The Energize supply chain decarbonization program brings together leading pharmaceutical companies to collaborate on reducing their Scope 3 emissions and mitigating the overall environmental impact of the pharmaceutical industry. By working with Schneider Electric and other leading pharmaceutical companies, Energize aims to assist pharmaceutical suppliers in adopting renewable energy by providing education and removing market barriers. In this video, representatives from two pharmaceutical companies participating in this program, GSK and Novartis, talk about the goal of the program and the potential for this model to be scaled to other sectors.
GSK and Novartis talk about the goal of the Energize supply chain decarbonization program and the potential...
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