Since 2013, procurement professionals, suppliers, and public interest advocates have convened at the annual SPLC Summit to share expertise, find solutions, network, and advance the sustainable procurement movement.
With scope 3 emissions representing 70-90% of overall emissions at most companies, there is increasing pressure for organizations to measure and tackle them as part of their climate action plans. Indirectly generated by a business up and down its value chain, scope 3 emissions are all emissions associated with a company from business travel, to use of sold products, to waste disposal, and are difficult to capture – many companies are not yet measuring them.
Saskia Feast, Managing Director of Global Client Solutions for Climate Impact Partners, will be leading a roundtable discussion at the SPLC Summit on how we shift the dial to help companies effectively measure and tackle their scope 3 emissions.
More information on the event and how to register can be found here.
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