Reducing Scope 3 emissions through Supplier Collaboration: 7 steps to get started

As pressure mounts to tackle the true extent of our impact on people and planet, businesses are being tasked with addressing their Scope 3 emissions. Find out how to do so through Supplier Collaboration with this free resource.

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In the face of calls from a wide group of stakeholders to protect people and planet, businesses have been addressing their Scope 1 and 2 emissions for some years in an effort to operate more sustainably. But pressure is now mounting to look further afield; organisations are being asked to address their value chain (Scope 3) emissions, especially in the upstream supply chain where 80% of the average company's total emissions impact will sit. This pressure has only increased following the recent Netherlands court ruling, where Royal Dutch Shell were told their 2030 emissions reduction commitment must also include 'suppliers and customers of the group'. While Scope 1 and 2 are relatively easy to affect, reducing value chain emissions requires influencing third party actors outside of the organisation: chiefly suppliers. This makes them much trickier to tackle. In order to address Scope 3 and meet strategic sustainability goals, organisations must begin working closely with their supplier base – something that large enterprise businesses find exceptionally difficult to do. Find out how to get started on Scope 3 through Supplier Collaboration today with this whitepaper.

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