CMPC is recognized as one of the three companies in Latin America that requests more environmental transparency from its suppliers
The goal is to help manage the supply chain more sustainably, by asking critical suppliers to report data through CDP’s environmental disclosure platform.
CDP announced on May 20 that the number of companies that asked their suppliers to report their environmental data increased by 24% and Empresas CMPC was highlighted as one of the three companies in Latin America to join the initiative.
The goal is to help manage our supply chain more sustainably, by asking our critical suppliers to report data through CDP’s environmental disclosure platform on its impacts, risks, opportunities and strategies related to climate change, security water and deforestation.
“As we developed our sustainability roadmap to 2030, it seemed to us that a stronger engagement with our critical suppliers was vital. For this reason, we decided to join the CDP Supply Chain program and ask our suppliers to report on their environmental performance, to report our linking strategy with our supply chain”, said Nicolás Gordon, Director of Sustainability for Empresas CMPC.
CDP is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the most comprehensive global environmental disclosure system, in which companies and cities can report information on the impact of their operations and activities.