Over a fifth of the world’s largest companies have pledged to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. Any such commitment to eliminate a company’s emissions within a generation, however, often creates more questions than answers — chief among them: Where does a company and its team of employees even start?
The Netherlands-based health, nutrition and bioscience firm dsm-firmenich says it has a plan. Based on the numbers it has racked up so far, the company may very well offer others a model on how to craft a net-zero program.
“When we look beyond our current targets, getting to net zero really boils down to process, product innovation and substituting materials, often requiring extensive collaboration across value chains,” said Salla Sulasuo, dsm-firmenich's global climate lead.
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