Build a resilient supply chain for the green economy
The construction and manufacturing industries face significant disruption in the climate emergency. With core operations relying on the production and supply of extractive commodities, they are highly exposed to risks – and opportunities – such as carbon pricing and increased demand for low-carbon products.
CarbonChain prepares you to withstand the coming climate shock.
Our carbon accounting platform quantifies your supply chain emissions and automates your carbon tracking, so you can pinpoint risks, demonstrate ESG best practices, and seize the benefits of building a net- zero economy.
Accurate, asset-level insights
Measure and break down your supply chain emissions from end to end. Get comprehensive, asset-level emissions data in near real-time. Pinpoint risks and opportunities for targeted emissions reductions, screen assets (from mines to vessels) to find greener options, and make data-driven purchasing decisions.
Demonstrate ESG leadership
Gain sustainability leadership recognition through disclosure, supplier collaboration, and quantified target-setting. Benchmark your performance, give stakeholders auditable reports they can trust, and gain competitive advantage through innovation and low-carbon products.
Tackle risk and track progress
Track and manage your emissions over time with our AI-powered automated platform. Foresee risks in your global supply chains, and make, measure, and report progress. CarbonChain eases the burden of data collection and analysis, so you can address the risks and opportunities the insights reveal.
Why take action?
Prepare for a rapidly changing market
The global economy must urgently decarbonize in line with the latest science. Today’s sustainability leaders know they are responsible for the climate impact of their supply chain. Disruption in one area of a value chain ripples throughout — and purchasing decisions have the power to drive sustainable change.
As major contributors to global emissions, construction and manufacturing companies have a key role to play. With carbon-intensive supply chains relying on the planet’s most polluting industries (agriculture, metals and mining, oil and gas, minerals), your business is highly exposed to risks of disruption in the transition to a net-zero economy — and faces increasing demand for Scope 3 emissions reporting and reductions.
For the sake of a climate-safe future, and to build resilience, construction and manufacturing firms must take action on supply chain emissions.
Construction and manufacturing companies need to prepare for changing policy and carbon regulation. But by raising your ambition even higher, the transition to net-zero can go further, faster — with business benefits for first movers:
Go beyond fulfilling requirements and incremental change, and aim for ESG leadership. Set ambitious Scope 3 targets, enhance your disclosure, and collaborate to build greener, more transparent supply chains.
Access green finance by managing and reporting your carbon risk, and seize the opportunities of responding to increasing demand for low-carbon products.
The expertise and independence of CarbonChain provide a unique data source for our industrial research into sustainable manufacturing, helping us steer future policy for foundational industries.
Russell Hall Senior Research Fellow, Warwick Manufacturing Group
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