Over 50% of an average corporation’s carbon emissions are typically from the supply chain rather than within its own four walls. Managing supply chain emissions is therefore critical if we are going to address climate change effectively. The Carbon Disclosure Project’s Supply Chain program is a unique collaboration of 57 global corporations who are members of CDP Supply Chain. These companies recognize the significance of the supply chain in carbon management. They are actively engaged in working with their suppliers to manage carbon and have the power and influence to really make a difference. This report is based on this work and is the most significant study of how business is managing supply chain emissions. The insights are informed by detailed data and research conducted with 1,000 participating suppliers across industries all over the world.
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