Measuring Carbon emissions from your supply chain
More and more companies have set reduction targets, not only for direct and energy-related emissions (scope1+2) but also for their supply chain: The supply chain makes up the largest share of scope 3 emissions (about 70% for OEMs and retailers). However, it is challenging to quantify emissions from the supply chain.
For companies with ambitious reduction targets, tracking progress based on estimations is not enough. Companies need to measure GHG emissions based on facts, allowing them to tackle issues and implement corrective actions. Identifying suppliers and sub-suppliers in the upstream supply chain is crucial for collaboration with the major contributors and to decrease the supply chain footprint.
How we can support you
With the sustainabill cloud platform, you can map your carbon-intense supply chains down to the commodity or raw material level where possible. Based on the mapped supply chain network, you can then identify carbon hotspots, collect granular data from upstream suppliers, and collaborate with stakeholders to implement improvements.
- Scope definition and supply chain mapping
- Identification of carbon hotspots in your supply chain network
- Collection of granular data, allowing a fact-based measurement of carbon emissions
- Collaboration to implement efficiency measures in your supply chain
- Scope 3 reporting and amortization of carbon emissions
WEBINAR: Climate emissions - COLLECTING FACT-BASED DATA FROM YOUR SUPPLY CHAIN
This webinar elaborates on how to use supply chain mapping to enable a fact-based cradle-to-gate assessment of carbon emissions. You will learn:
- How you can improve your scope3 reporting and LCA by including supply chain data
- Data requirements for a fact-based assessment of carbon emissions
- How to use supply chain mapping to identify hotspots and monitor your emissions
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