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.
After the introduction of no less than eight globally-recognised ESG regulations in 2023, and under mounting pressure from shareholders, governments, and customers over recent years, enterprise organisations have revised corporate strategy, making ambitious public promises to operate more sustainably to protect people and planet.
To do so, many of these organisations have been addressing their Scope 1 and 2 emissions for some time. Now, faced with looming deadlines and a landscape of mounting legal action against heavy corporate emitters, the pressure is on to start grappling with the environmental impact of their value chains.
If large organisations are to make meaningful progress against their sustainability goals, they can no longer ignore scope 3.
Find out how to get started on Scope 3 through Supplier Collaboration today with this whitepaper.