Tackling your supply chain environmental impact and risk is a business imperative – but also a significant challenge. Fortunately, there are steps you can take at any stage in your environmental journey to accelerate supply chain action. Join CDP and leading companies for a webinar series that will walk you through the practical steps to building a sustainable supply chain including supplier engagement strategies, target setting and achievement in supply chains, water and forest management, and scope 3 calculation and reduction.
05 December 2019
Companies are central to driving renewable energy sector growth which is essential to the transition to a 1.5 degree future. Join this webinar to hear how companies are achieving 100% renewables & cascading this action down their supply chain.
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Setting and achieving ambitious climate, forests, and water targets
Companies are setting increasingly ambitious supply chain environmental goals including science-based targets, zero-deforestation commitments, and context-based water targets. This session discussed how companies are leveraging supplier data to set and track progress against their ambitious goals and engaging suppliers to improve performance to meet these targets. Speakers included: Bruno Sarda, President, CDP North America; Carlos Sanchez, Corporate Manager Environment, Philip Morris International; Johanna Levy, Director Global Environmental Excellence, Firmenich. Watch the recording >>
Building a supplier engagement strategy
An increasing number of companies are ready to take on a sustainability leadership role and start engaging their suppliers. Join us to hear from The LEGO Group and Accenture about how they are pushing action and transparency in their supply chains. Speakers included: Ben Ngobi, Global Procurement Sustainability Lead, Accenture and Andrew McMullen, Environmental Supply Chain Senior Manager, LEGO Group. Watch the recording >>
Cross-sector perspectives and strategic action on mitigating water risk in the supply chain
Water security is essential to tackling climate change and protecting the bottom line. Join us to hear about practical action companies are taking to address material water risks in the supply chain. Speakers included: André Villaça Ramalho, Sustainability Specialist, Braskem; Michael Goebbels, Director Corporate Responsibility Strategy & Reporting, Metro AG. Watch the recording >>
Tracking progress on corporate commitments to reduce deforestation by engaging your supply chain
Companies are increasingly recognizing the importance of removing deforestation from their supply chains and are now setting ambitious commitments to meet the climate agenda. Join this webinar to hear how companies are mitigating risk and capturing opportunities by setting zero-deforestation commitments. Speakers included: Morgan Gillespy, Global Director - Forests, CDP; Rachael Sherman, Director Global Sustainability, McDonald's Corporation. Watch the recording >>
Calculate and reduce your scope 3 impact
Scope 3 accounting can be daunting - but it's a vital step to understand the impact of your supply chain, reduce emissions, and set and achieve supply chain targets. Join CDP and CDP Supply Chain members for a deep dive into scope 3 accounting and case studies on companies that are leveraging this process to drive action in their supply chains. Speakers included: Julia Silberman, Manager-Supply Chain, CDP; Matthew Sumners, Manager-Supply Chain, CDP; Virginia Covo, Global Director of Supply Chain Sustainability, Anheuser-Busch InBev; Kyle Schmitz, Supply Chain Sustainability Program Manager, Cisco Watch the recording >>
Achieving your science-based target by leveraging supplier engagement
Science-based targets (SBTs) have gained significant momentum among companies as a tool to reduce emissions and facilitate the transition to the low-carbon economy. Join CDP Supply Chain’s upcoming webinar to hear directly from companies that have set an SBT and how they are working towards it by leveraging supplier engagement. Speakers included: Elena Stecca, Global Manager, Commit to Action, CDP; Maxfield Weiss, Director Corporate Engagement, Europe, CDP; Colin Thirlaway, Director Global Product Compliance, Stanley Black & Decker Corporation; Alissa Matthies Tamasi, Corporate Responsibility, Business Integration Senior Manager – Climate and Energy, Target Corporation Watch the recording >>