Your supply chain emissions on track

Ewa JozefkowiczContent Marketing Manager
15 February 2023

We address the key challenges of measuring your supply chain emissions. We show you how you can engage your suppliers and implement a joint climate strategy.

⁠Supply chains play a vital role in the global battle against climate change as they account for as much as 60% of the world's emissions

That's why it's important for companies to take urgent action, not just on their own carbon footprint, but also that of their suppliers.

Getting your supply chain emissions on-track may seem like a daunting task. You might work with many tiers of suppliers, each with different data collection methods, and levels of climate engagement. But with the right approach, your decarbonization journey could also bring opportunities for optimization and growth.

In our guide we explain: 

  • Some of the common hurdles companies face when measuring supply chain emissions.

  • How you can start measuring the footprint of your value chain – and why you don’t have to wait for the perfect data. 

  • How you can efficiently and effectively engage your suppliers in emissions measurement.

  • How you can set joint reduction targets and report your progress against these.

Read our guide

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