Industrial/Manufacturing: Best Practices for Reducing Scope 3 Emissions

Price: Starting at USD 3,000
Publish Date: 10 Aug 2023
Code: PT-2769
Research Type: Presentation
Pages: 40
Industrial/Manufacturing: Best Practices for Reducing Scope 3 Emissions
Actionable Benefits

Actionable Benefits

  • Identify key Scope 3 emission categories for industrials to focus reduction efforts.
  • Aggregate best practices for reducing Scope 3 emissions.
  • Understand challenges and opportunities of sustainable supply chain management.
Critical Questions Answered

Critical Questions Answered

  • What regulations are driving global Scope 3 emissions reporting?
  • What actionable steps are industrial and manufacturing firms taking to reduce Scope 3 carbon emissions, energy, and waste within their supply chains?
  • What are the best practices for supplier engagement?
Research Highlights

Research Highlights

  • Summary of the characteristics of sustainable supply chains.
  • Examples of initiatives from industrial and manufacturing conglomerates for reducing emissions across the value chain.
  • Analysis of the significance of Scope 3 emissions by industry.
Who Should Read This?

Who Should Read This?

  • Program managers responsible for supply chain management.
  • Strategy group managers determining incentives and process frameworks for Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG)-related criteria and supply chain management.
  • Sustainability group managers assessing how to reduce company carbon emissions and waste.

Table of Contents


What Makes Supply Chains Sustainable?

Sustainable Supply Chains
Sustainable Supply Chain Case Study

What Are Scopes 1, 2, and 3 Emissions?

Supply Chain Emissions
Scope 3 Emissions
Complexities of Upstream & Scope 3 Emissions
Global Mandatory Climate Disclosure
Scope 3 Emissions Reporting
Scope 3 Emissions by Industry

Supply Chain Best Practices

Key Areas for Supply Chain Assessment
Category 1: Purchased Goods and Services
Category 2: Capital Goods
Category 3: Fuel and Energy-Related Activities
Categories 4 & 9: Transportation and Distribution
Category 11: Use of Sold Products
ABI Research Key Recommendations