In the media | 03 May 2023

Supply Chain: Big business ‘must help SMEs decarbonise’

Luke Pate, an Economist at Oxford Economics, discusses how small to medium-sized enterprises hold the key to cutting Scope 3 emissions and that large companies are the ones who can make this happen.

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