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Supply Chain Needs to Measure Carbon Footprint

Peter Graf, Chief Sustainability Officer for SAP, discusses how companies in the business services sector can exploit developing market opportunities by helping customers measure and trim the carbon footprint.

Because small and large companies are involved in the supply chain, all firms need to be tracking their carbon footprint, Graf says.

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One thought on “Supply Chain Needs to Measure Carbon Footprint

  1. To my knowledge the Shaklee Corporation based out of Pleasanton CA is the first consumer products company to offset 100% of greenhouse gas emissions through the EPA Climate Leader’s program and use 100% green power, so they’re doing their part in helping with the carbon footprint.

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