Quantifying Scope 3 GHG Emissions for You and Your Customers
A recording of this webinar is now available.
WHAT’S THE WEBINAR ABOUT?
This is the third webinar in our ESG educational series, this time focusing on Scope 3 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Many organizations have been quantifying and disclosing Scope 1 and Scope 2 GHG emissions for years for a variety of purposes including to comply with U.S. EPA mandatory reporting or CDP reporting, to quantify risk, to estimate exposure, to satisfy customer requirements or to prepare investor packages. Recently, quantification of Scope 3 GHG emissions has started to gain momentum due to climate change risk, market pressures, technology improvements, and data availability. Recently proposed rules addressing Enhancement and Standardization of Climate-Related Disclosures for Investors from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) have accelerated efforts to validate emissions disclosures and are driving demand by stakeholders for Scope 3 quantification.
This webinar will provide an overview of Scope 3 emissions sources and considerations, how to approach quantification of Scope 3 emissions, the current limitations on Scope 3 estimates, and how to respond when your customers or other stakeholders start asking you for Scope 3 emissions data.
We will discuss:
- What are Scope 3 GHG emissions?
- Why are Scope 3 emissions important?
- How to begin quantifying Scope 3 emissions in your operations, and
- How to start preparing for when your customers ask for Scope 3 data from you
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Corporate staff and facility level staff who are trying to define a strategy and justify investment in Scope 3 disclosures, quantify Scope 3 for their organization or facility, collect appropriate data and respond to customer or supplier requests for Scope 3 information.
Attend to understand what it takes to quantify and disclose Scope 3 emissions, how to get started and why it is important.
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