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Greening the Supply Chain; Novozymes Joins The Sustainability Consortium

4:36 AM MDT | August 3, 2010 | Alex Scott

Novozymes has joined as a founding member of The Sustainability Consortium, a global group comprised of academics, governments, non-government organizations and businesses that aims to create a supply chain and products that address “environmental, social and economic imperatives.” The other 57 members of the consortium include BASF, Cargill, Dell, Disney, Genencor, KPMG, Syngenta, Wal-Mart, and WWF.   “Our goal in working with The Sustainability Consortium is to help develop the tools, metrics and strategies that will create more...

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