Most companies’ climate impact lies in their supply chains. Measuring and managing supply chain emissions therefore plays an integral role in realising our net-zero ambitions. While companies are in a unique position to influence supplier behaviours, operations and investments, competing priorities and supply chain complexity have led to delayed action in this space.
What are the biggest challenges – measurement and management – for companies seeking to decarbonise their supply chains?
What are some concrete steps companies can take to incentivise supply chain decarbonisation, and translate ambition into action?
What role does the financial sector play in incentivising supply chain behaviours, and in helping businesses navigate emerging supply chain challenges and opportunities?
Perspectives from finance, technology, new forms of retail, the identification of a robust inventory of GHGs, as well as the articulation of intention and engagement with suppliers and internal and external stakeholders beyond the buying-supplying level.
Post Event Actions
Gain insights on concrete steps companies are taking to decarbonise their supply chains and build and maintain positive relationships with suppliers.
Understand that the global nature of many supply chains allows companies to support decarbonisation beyond our borders.