Lundbeck gets top marks for engaging suppliers in climate efforts

The CDP, which analyzes global companies' climate-related data, lists Lundbeck as a top company at encouraging its suppliers to participate in sustainable transition.

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Lundbeck ranks in the top-7 percent of companies which are the best at engaging suppliers in climate change mitigation, according to the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), which publishes the list under the name Supplier Engagement Rating.

CPD scrutinizes climate-related data from a long list of global companies and assesses them based on a host of parameters, such as the firms' abilities to show transparency in their climate initiatives, and the degree to which they're combating climate strain.

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