Supply chain engagement

The supply chain is the network of people, activities, companies and resources involved in the production, use and disposal of a product: it starts from the procurement of materials from various suppliers, moves on to the delivery of the product to end customer and finishes with the end-of-life operations of the product.

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Supply chain emissions often make up the bulk of a company’s environmental footprint, reaching as much as 80% to 90% of total emissions. In developing a climate strategy and especially for achieving the net-zero target, it is therefore crucial to involve all actors along the supply chain in order to be able to reduce Scope 3 emissions and keep up climate commitments. In this regard, explaining to suppliers and customers, through dedicated and personalized workshops, the objectives to which they must contribute and how they can collaborate is only the beginning of a virtuous circle that will lead to the reduction of Scope 3 emissions.

Why should you rely on Carbonsink?

Our experts have the specific expertise to assess key emitters within your supply chain, how to engage them through educational workshops, and what to recommend them as an action to align with set business goals and commitments. Carbonsink and South Pole also provide digital tools to facilitate provider involvement in primary data collection and monitoring.

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