Ambu joins green climate initiative

The Danish medical tech firm now joins climate initiative Science Based Targets, which by setting a series of green objectives seeks to help mitigate climate change, aiming to limit global heating to below 1.5 degrees Celsius relative to the pre-industrial average.

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Medical technology company Ambu, based in Copenhagen suburb Ballerup, joins the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), the purpose of which is to help mitigate climate change by setting a series of green goals, shows Ambu's third-quarter interim report.

The firm thus enters the company of numerous other domestic businesses, which in recent years have signed up to the initiative, including WS Audiology, Lundbeck, DSV Panalpina, A.P. Møller-Mærsk, FLSmidth, Velux and Carlsberg.

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