EMEX Conference: Scope 3
Wednesday 24th November 2021 | Download Agenda
Panelists weigh the promise and the shortfalls of the COP26 conference deal and address the role of businesses and professionals in fighting climate change. If COP26 has not solved the problem, we have to assume that we’re all part of the solution!
Due to unforseen circumstances, this session had to be cancelled.
Net Zero and ambitious targets are becoming increasingly mainstream. However, one of the biggest challenges for committing, setting and meeting these targets is reducing Scope 3 emissions. CDP has found that, on average, GHG emissions in the supply chain are 11 times greater than direct emissions, with this being much higher in certain sectors, such as retail. Our analysis also […]
Thursday 25th November 2021 | Download Agenda
The food and drink industry is the UK’s largest manufacturing sector, and in 2019 was responsible for 165 million tonnes of carbon emissions covering all food and drink consumed or produced in the UK. This equates to about 17% of the UK’s carbon footprint. This places a unique responsibility upon us all across the farm to fork supply chain to […]
Over the past few years, companies have incorporated systems for reducing Scope 1 & 2 emissions into their own business operations, but in the Food and Drink manufacturing Sector, over 90% of companies’ carbon emissions come from the supply chains. It is essential therefore that in reducing the carbon footprints of products, engaging with suppliers at each stage of the […]
The health and care system in England are responsible for an estimated 4-5% of the country’s carbon footprint so has a major role to play in supporting this. Becoming the world’s first carbon net zero national health system by 2040 will require big changes for the NHS and for NHS Supply Chain. The NHS Carbon Footprint Plus considers an expanded scope […]
With COP26 taking place and a constant stream of net zero pledges, the role of the FM sector to help support and achieve these changes across the built environment has never been better. However, the lack of transparency with these commitments, particularly on the indirect carbon emissions for organisations has led to claims of greenwashing. The SFMI and BAM FM […]