Businesses taking inconsistent approach to sustainability verification

4th August 2022


More organisations require third-party verification of their suppliers' environmental and sustainability credentials than actually have this themselves, a global survey has found.

The poll of over 1,100 sustainability professionals across 11 countries and 13 industries found that only 46% have their sustainability data independently verified, despite 55% demanding this from sup

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