Create sustainable supply chains
Up to 90 per cent of an organisation’s environmental impact lies in its value chain - either upstream in the supply chains or downstream with consumers. Scope 3 emissions usually account for more than 70 per cent of a business’ carbon footprint. They are hardest to abate as they are not in the direct control of the company. As your organisation transitions to net zero and meets increasing regulatory requirements, creating a transparent and sustainable supply chain is a critical part of transformation.
We believe that every organisation should be accountable for their own value chain, and form the partnerships needed to drive and influence end-to-end supply chain transition.
Value chains are full of opportunities, from improving energy efficiency to reducing costs. But the transition to a sustainable value chain is complex, and it can be overwhelming to consider where to start.
Reducing Scope 3 emissions
How we can help
Analyse legislation such as the EU Green Deal to understand the impacts across your value chain and determine what you need to adapt, in which department, by when – be that through policy rewrite or operating model redesign
Supply chain assessment and measurement
Review supply chains to assess your sustainability performance and impact. Measure and monitor embedded carbon, product circularity and your overall carbon footprint. Create an actionable roadmap to drive change
Targets and KPIs
Set ambitions and targets across the end-to-end value chain. Adapt procurement and sourcing metrics to incentivise suppliers to drive change
Scope 3 emissions strategies
Define a measurable and tangible scope 3 emissions strategy, to align with your own overarching goals
Technology and innovation
Redesign your product technology roadmap with a carbon neutral value chain of ingredients and services in mind. Leverage technology and innovations to increase transparency and streamline decarbonisation
Rethink business models to cascade impact across the end-to-end value chain
Design, develop and commercialise circular products