For many companies, scope 3 emissions are the largest component of their carbon footprint yet also the most difficult to measure and manage. In this session, George Hodge, head of CDP Supply Chain, underscores the importance of overcoming such difficulties. Adrian Wain, carbon management lead at UL, shares experience and examples in measuring scope 3 carbon using both top down modelling and bottom up measurement. This session outlines the strengths and weaknesses of different approaches and highlights the benefits of applying a blended approach.
- Business case for measuring and managing scope 3 emissions
- Top down modelling methods
- Bottom up measurement methods
- Strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs to consider
Adrian Wain, senior sustainability advisor, UL
George Hodge, head of CDP Supply Chain
April 16, 2020
Techniques for measuring scope 3 emissions
This UL webinar, held in conjunction with the CDP, helps viewers to understand a range of top down and bottom up techniques for gathering and processing scope 3 data for carbon emissions.