Stay competitive and resilient in a rapidly changing market
The climate emergency is set to fundamentally transform the global commodities market. Commodity trading faces significant risks, from stranded assets to carbon regulation — as well as opportunities, from green finance to rising demand for low-carbon products.
CarbonChain prepares you to withstand the coming climate shock.
Our carbon accounting platform measures the carbon footprint of your extractive and agricultural commodity trade portfolio and automates your emissions tracking, so you can pinpoint your riskiest supply chains, access green finance, and demonstrate leadership for a net-zero economy.
Accurate, asset-level insights
Quantify and break down the carbon footprint of your trades. Get comprehensive, asset-level emissions data in near real-time for the end-to-end supply chain. Pinpoint risks, screen assets (from mines to vessels), and uncover opportunities for targeted, tangible emissions reductions.
Seize financial and leadership opportunities
Give stakeholders accurate, auditable, and certified emissions reports that they can trust, and access green finance for lower-carbon trades. Gain sustainability leadership recognition through disclosure, supply chain collaboration, and quantified target-setting.
Get ahead of regulation
Track your trade emissions over time with our AI-powered, automated platform. Foresee risks, prepare for legislation, avoid penalties, and measure the impact of green sourcing strategies and offsets. We reduce the burden of data collection and analysis, so you can fulfill requirements and future-proof your business.
Why take action?
Prepare for a rapidly changing market
To meet our urgent global climate goals and reach net-zero by 2050, it’s critical to decarbonize commodity supply chains.
To help get there — and to tackle black boxes of unknown risks — commodity traders need to measure and manage their supply chain emissions.
The transition to a net-zero economy is already underway. As the biggest emitters on the planet, the extractive and agriculture industries are at the highest risk of disruption, facing significant regulatory, financial and reputational risks.
Shocks in one area of the commodity value chain have a knock-on effect throughout. To prepare and stay resilient in the net-zero transition, commodity traders need to take responsibility for their supply chain emissions from end to end.
Commodity traders will need to prepare for the shocks of a rapidly changing market. But by raising your ambition even higher, the transition to net-zero can go further, faster — with business benefits for first movers:
Aim for ESG leadership by innovating with suppliers to decarbonize, and join the companies reaping the benefits of voluntary disclosure. With accurate data, use offsets credibly under increased scrutiny.
Access discounted interest rates from lenders by managing and reporting your climate risk, respond to the demand for low-carbon products, and secure green suppliers before increased demand creates a market premium.
As Gunvor continues to accurately measure and adequately address its emissions impact, CarbonChain’s detailed carbon accounting has enabled us to define a clear path forward for our supply chains within the Energy Transition.
Elsa Pernot Group HSEC Director, Gunvor
Supporting the migration to resource transparent supply chains is a priority for Concord. We are pleased to move in this direction and aim to create a standard for transparency in carbon emissions reporting by partnering with CarbonChain and its team of experts.
Mark Hansen CEO, Concord Resources Limited
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