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Largest Multinational Companies Play Leading Role In Sustainability Adoption

May 8, 2012: 04:00 AM EST
The world's top 500 companies, which account for $23 trillion or more than a third of global GDP, play an important and catalytic role in international commerce's adoption of environmentally sustainable strategies and operations. Seeking to reduce their environmental footprint, multinational companies have realized that they can become more environment-friendly by pushing their suppliers to adopt sustainability practices. Companies, such as Wal-Mart and Procter & Gamble, have adopted supplier scorecards to help suppliers enhance their sustainability, but they need to provide more support to help suppliers succeed.
David Schatsk, "Big Companies Hold the Key to Sustainable Commerce", Environmental Leader, May 08, 2012, © Environmental Leader LLC
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