Supply chains hold the key to achieving your sustainability goals. Assessing the full environmental impacts of your supply chain and addressing the risks and capitalizing on opportunities is a business imperative - but can also be a major challenge. We can help. Join CDP and leading companies for a three-part webinar series showing what steps you can take to progress on your sustainable procurement journey.
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CDP Supply Chain: Public Climate Commitments
To date, over 1700 companies globally have committed to setting a science-based target with more than 725 joining the Business Ambition 1.5 commitment. Hundreds more are taking action to accelerate the low-carbon transition by pledging net-zero carbon goals, sourcing 100% renewal, or working to transform their fleet to fully electric. The rapid rise of public commitments to help mitigate the worst impacts of the climate crisis have amplified the calls for transparency on how corporations will mitigate and minimize their environmental impacts.
CDP Supply Chain: Achieving your Scope 3 science-based target via supplier engagement
Setting a target aligned with climate science or a net-zero target is the gold standard in taking action to reduce emissions throughout the value chain. Achieving these targets is only possible with strong supply chain engagement. Join us to hear from AB InBev, Autodesk, and Mastercard about the importance of setting ambitious Scope 3 targets and various approaches to achieving immediate and significant emissions reduction goals through supplier engagement and value chain collaboration.
Tackling Deforestation and Water Security in Your Supply Chain
It is critical for companies to consider the many forms of risk that water and deforestation-related issues pose to their supply chains. Join CDP Supply Chain for a closer look at the costs of inaction and areas of opportunity on water security and deforestation. Learn from current CDP Supply Chain Members on how you can use supplier reported data to anticipate potential business disruptions and harness your purchasing power to engage suppliers and future-proof your supply chain.
CDP Supply Chain: The Company Journey to Environmental Leadership
Every company is at a different stage of their environmental journey. CDP’s questionnaires, guidance, and scoring methodology outline environmental best practices in environmental management and the pathway towards leadership. This not only guides companies as they work to improve their own performance, it also enables purchasing organizations participating in CDP Supply Chain to engage their suppliers and encourage them to take more ambitious environmental action. Join CDP for a webinar exploring the different stages of the company journey as well as the different types of tools and support CDP offers to help companies progress along their journeys.
Explore the webinar recordings from our 2020 and 2019 Supply Chain series covering practical steps to building a sustainable supply chain.
Scope 3 Targets: Moving from ambition to action
With 950+ companies around the world committed to setting science-based targets, it’s clear that the bar on climate action has been raised. However, companies face many challenges when setting and working to achieve their targets – particularly when it comes to managing supply chain emissions. Join CDP to learn how companies are tackling these challenges as they set and work to achieve ambitious supply chain emissions reductions targets.
Supply Chains without chainsaws - How companies can fight deforestation
Forests are remarkable sources of ecosystems services. Their loss severely contributes to climate change and impacts biodiversity, the provision of livelihoods, clear water and countless raw materials. Join this webinar to learn about how collaboration with your suppliers can help you build deforestation-free and more resilient supply chains, with better risk management.
Water degradation and depletion is closely linked to the effects of climate change but only 50% of companies responding to CDP in 2019 were able to pinpoint how water security translated into business risk. Join CDP for a closer look at where water-related risks are located in your sector value chain and learn how you can use supplier reported data to anticipate and reduce their impacts.