Teva And Hikma Plan Long-Term Environmental Commitments
As Both Companies Receive Positive Rating From CDP 2020 Global Climate Change Report
Teva has disclosed plans to focus on climate action and resilience, responsible use of natural resources and emissions, effluents and waste, as part of a long-term environmental sustainability commitment. Meanwhile, Hikma has at the same time committed “to further reducing our climate impact and improving the resilience of our business in the face of future climate change.”
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