Stakeholder demands for companies to take science-based climate action to deliver a low carbon economy are on the rise. For a company to remain relevant and resilient, measuring and managing carbon emissions across the value chain is a must. But finding a carbon reporting solution that can track full-value chain carbon emissions to provide trusted data across Scopes 1, 2 and 3 carbon emissions can be challenging:
Countries are ever extending mandatory carbon reporting regulations to new industries and smaller businesses within them.
Global brands are requiring suppliers to report and share their carbon emissions data and demonstrate reductions.
Investors are demanding the disclosure of potential risks and opportunities climate change may impose upon business.
This increased demand for high quality data on carbon emissions across the value chain is particularly difficult to satisfy in the upstream supply chain, where many companies may not fully understand how to gather and share carbon data — or the importance of doing so.
In order to align with science-based targets, and/or implement a carbon reduction program, the first step is to create a carbon inventory, based on the company’s and suppliers’ data, that follows internationally accepted greenhouse gas (GHG) protocol.
During our 90-minute virtual seminar, you will see how defining your carbon reducing initiatives and creating a carbon inventory can help both the planet and your bottom line, meeting both stakeholder and investor demands — as well as those of international governance and trade.
Our carbon training insights today
- Overview of carbon trends and terminology, including Net-Zero concepts and examples
- Review of carbon relevance
- Actionable steps to create a carbon inventory
Who should attend
Executives at all levels of:
- ESG reporting
- Corporate social responsibility
- Investor relations
- Corporate affairs
- Product stewardship
- Get to know facilitator and participants
- About UL Solutions
- Overview of agenda and workshop aim
Topic One: What is Net-Zero?
- All about carbon trends and terminology
- Net-Zero concepts and examples
- Understanding your emissions
Topic Two: Why are carbon programs important?
- Rising pressure from stakeholders
- Regulatory push for carbon disclosure around the world
- The impact of frameworks and standards
- Benefits of assessing carbon
Topic Three: How do companies implement a carbon program?
- How to measure and reduce operational emissions (Scopes 1 and 2)
- How suppliers measure Scope 3 emissions
- The importance of the Science based targets initiative
Topic Four: Q&A, reflections, and wrap-up
- Open question and answer session
- Where do we go from here?