Corporate Action on Greenhouse Gas Emissions

September 21, 2020

Opportunities for Scope 3 Management and Supply Chain

The majority of corporations today only address their direct and indirect emissions, while neglecting those that occur in the value chain. This represents an alarming and severe gap – as value chain emissions, upstream and downstream, account for more than 70% of total emissions for manufacturers (IOP Science), and up to 80% for consumer-goods organizations. See how you can tackle greenhouse gas emissions at the heart of the problem, i.e., in the supply chain.

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