The E in ESG: Thermo Fisher On Why The ‘How’ Is More Important Than The ‘When’
‘Compliance With Sustainability Goals Must Not Give Rise To Unintended Consequences ‘
Life sciences and diagnostics group Thermo Fisher Scientific is encouraging suppliers to meet the same ambitious climate change targets that it has set for itself – mindful that Scope 3 emissions account for the vast majority of industry’s environmental footprint. But the drive for compliance must not compromise achievements made in the “S in ESG,” says corporate VP, CSR and sustainability, Meron Mathias.
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