Lundbeck to push transport sector in greener direction

Climate demands for transport solutions have long been high on Lundbeck's agenda, and will soon be even more important, says a senior vice president, who does not rule out gender diversity requirements.

Lundbeck Senior Vice President, Supply Chain & Facility, Management Kristian Sibilitz | Photo: Lundbeck PR

Danish pharmaceutical company Lundbeck aspires to be carbon neutral by 2050. It aims to reduce its emissions to one third of today's levels by the end of 2034.

The hardest element of reaching this goal will be rethinking the company's supply chain, which is currently responsible for the majority of the firm's carbon footprint.

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