TMS TO REDUCE EMISSIONS TO ZERO BY THE YEAR 2050
July 22, 2021
TMS remains committed to putting the principles of sustainable development into action in everything it does. This is so that development meets the needs of today without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own.
TMS is increasingly determined to have a positive effect on the environment and to avoid any unintended consequences through its actions. TMS has revised its corporate Environment Policy to strengthen its environmental commitments, no more, so than in reducing the TMS impact upon climate change. As more companies commit to net zero emissions by 2050, there is a realisation most of the GHG emissions in their value chain come from outside their own direct operations. Segmenting your value chain, sharing your ambition and supporting your suppliers can speed our progress toward net-zero. If the planet continues to warm, the impacts on business – and global supply chains – will be catastrophic. Climate change is also, without question, a socio-economic crisis affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people today. It wreaks havoc on harvests and the availability of clean water, and is contributing to an increase in life- threatening extreme weather events. Decisive action on a global scale is needed now.
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Copyright © 2022 TMS Support Solutions Ltd. All rights reserved
TMS TO REDUCE EMISSIONS TO ZERO BY THE YEAR 2050
July 22, 2021
TMS remains committed to putting the principles of sustainable development into action in everything it does. This is so that development meets the needs of today without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own.
TMS is increasingly determined to have a positive effect on the environment and to avoid any unintended consequences through its actions. TMS has revised its corporate Environment Policy to strengthen its environmental commitments, no more, so than in reducing the TMS impact upon climate change. As more companies commit to net zero emissions by 2050, there is a realisation most of the GHG emissions in their value chain come from outside their own direct operations. Segmenting your value chain, sharing your ambition and supporting your suppliers can speed our progress toward net-zero. If the planet continues to warm, the impacts on business – and global supply chains – will be catastrophic. Climate change is also, without question, a socio-economic crisis affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people today. It wreaks havoc on harvests and the availability of clean water, and is contributing to an increase in life-threatening extreme weather events. Decisive action on a global scale is needed now.