SCOPE 3 - measuring, managing and reducing GHG emissions
Companies are increasingly under pressure from investors, legislation, peers and customers to measure and report their Scope 3 emissions.
A number of major international corporates are using Scope 3 reporting as a means of engaging with their supply chain, asking them to provide sustainability information including carbon emissions and reductions, and energy, water and waste efficiency.
What are Scope 3 emissions?
Scope 3 emissions are those which primarily come from a company’s supply chain and are not under the direct control of the reporting company itself. Examples of Scope 3 emissions include business travel, employee commuting or emissions arising from the use of sold products. Scope 3 emissions also include upstream activities including raw material and agricultural production.
Scope 3 mapping and emissions reporting is an opportunity to better understand the environmental impacts of your supply chain, and maintain your competitive advantage. Carbon Clear has extensive experience helping companies to better understand and calculate their full value chain emissions impact.
We can help you develop effective strategies for managing and reducing your Scope 3 emissions, minimising future risks and using the data to inform sustainable decisions about your company’s activities and products.