Carbon Action Report 2023: How Buyers and Suppliers in the EcoVadis Network Are Accelerating Their Decarbonization Journeys

October 4, 2023 EcoVadis EN

The second edition of our Carbon Action Report draws upon data from 40,000+ carbon performance ratings to provide insights into the state of climate action in the EcoVadis network. It showcases how the Carbon Action Module is helping buyers transform their approach to supply chain decarbonization and collaborate closely with their suppliers to take action on Scope 3 emissions.

The report explores how the Module’s collaborative buyer-supplier platform is enabling a wide range of suppliers to build carbon maturity. Using our rich dataset, it looks at what this translates to in terms of the number of companies setting credible emissions targets, implementing best practices to drive reductions and reporting publicly on their efforts. In particular, it highlights the exceptional progress being made by the more than 6,000 companies in our network that now have two carbon performance ratings. See what this dataset and our customer case studies reveal about the power of collaborating with your supply chain partners through the Carbon Action Module. 

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EcoVadis is a purpose-driven company whose mission is to provide the world's most trusted business sustainability ratings. Businesses of all sizes rely on EcoVadis’ expert intelligence and evidence-based ratings to manage risk and compliance, drive decarbonization, and improve the sustainability performance of their business and value chain. Its AI-powered risk mapping, actionable scorecards, benchmarks, carbon action tools, and insights guide a resilience and improvement journey for environmental, social and ethical practices across 200 industry categories and 175 countries.

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