Supply-chain failings undermine progress on CO2 emissions and water, despite science-based targets.   

Three years of investor engagement with fast-food companies has led to progress on climate-related target-setting, but more needs to be done when it comes to CO2 emissions and water usage across the supply chain, according to a report published Tuesday.  Suppliers account for well over 90% of overall emissions for…

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