Ford Motor Co. plans to survey 35 of its top global suppliers on their energy use and estimated greenhouse-gas emissions. The companies represent close to 30% of the auto maker’s $65 billion annual procurement spending. Ford is the first auto maker to include its suppliers in the Carbon Disclosure Project Supply Chain, a program launched by a U.K.-based group in 2000 to help curb global greenhouse-gas emissions. “As a leader in this space, Ford is the only auto maker directly engaging ...
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