HSBC, one of the world’s largest banks, is (perhaps surprisingly) also a leader in sustainable practices. The bank’s “supply chain” consists of investments and loans, as well as office products used in day-to-day business. In 2002 HSBC greened its supply chain by setting guidelines for lending to industries such as forestry and mining, and ceased lending to weapons manufacturers. The company sets environmental and social impact guidelines for product suppliers, and has extensive recycling and waste-reduction programs in its branches and office buildings.
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