Climate action has become the new standard for business. In most industries, the largest share of climate emissions originate from the supply chain.
Companies need to gain insights into climate emissions and climate risks from the supply chain. To meet the climate targets, collaboration with suppliers is crucial.
The family-owned company Develey, winner of the German Sustainability Award, uses the sustainabill cloud platform to work towards a climate-neutral supply chain. Through sustainabill Develey achieved full transparency on mustard and ketchup products:
We provide full support during implementation and data collection so you can focus on data analytics. Our interactive dashboards with actionable insights enable you to track emissions across your supply chain and easily identify hotspots, and monitor progress.
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
Ensure sustainable sourcing
The sustainabill cloud platform helps companies to create transparency in supply chains and thus manage risks, achieve social compliance, and mitigate climate impacts.
Contact our experts to learn more on how you can use the sustainable plattform to achieve transparent and sustainable supply chains.
Download this whitepaper to find out how you can implement the requirements of the new Supply Chain Law in a sustainable way through digitization and collaboration.
A holistic, risk-oriented approach is a prerequisite for efficient and targeted implementation
Well-founded sustainability management in the supply chain is a competitive advantage
Transparency and trustful collaboration have positive effects on supply chain resilience