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The E in ESG: Philips Drives For Science-Based Targets In Carbon Zero Challenge

Becoming The Leading Provider Of Low Carbon Equipment Is A Key Aim For Philips

Executive Summary

With a product mix that includes high energy consumption imaging, capital equipment and personal health care, Philips has a unique spectrum of challenges in driving low carbon health care. Nevertheless, it has set the bar high in environmental sustainability goals, and is pressing suppliers to follow its lead.

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