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Climate Change

Takeda teams with GSK, other drugmakers to help cut supplier emissions

Over 1,000 vendors show interest in common system to estimate greenhouse gases

Inside a Pfizer factory in Puurs, Belgium. The pharmaceutical majors' assessment regime will use sensors to collect data on the amount of electricity, water consumption and waste volume at suppliers' factories.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Japan's Takeda Pharmaceutical, America's Pfizer, British-Swedish multinational AstraZeneca and seven other big drugmakers plan to jointly support reducing the greenhouse gas emissions of their suppliers in an attempt to join the global trend toward decarbonization, Nikkei has learned.

U.K.-based GSK, the U.S.'s Johnson & Johnson and Swiss giant Novartis will also participate.

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