Supply Chain Management
The resources below have been collated to provide non-executive directors with a knowledge hub. This brings together relevant climate change materials from regulators, standard setters and other content creators.
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|A clean-energy future is reliant on sustainable mining and cement||The mining and cement industries contribute over 10% of the world’s CO₂ emissions but demand in both industries remains high. It is, therefore, imperative that decarbonisation efforts should be accelerated.||4 Sept 2020|
|COVID-19 and climate change expose dangers of unstable supply chains||More global production happens in areas that are vulnerable to climate change. And the world has grown more interconnected: when disaster strikes in one region, flows of goods, finance, people, and data quickly transmit ripple effects far and wide.||28 Aug 2020|
|Defra plans crackdown on deforestation in UK corporates’ supply chains||Large UK companies could soon be mandated to prove their supply chains are free from illegal deforestation or face hefty fines, under new due diligence legislation by Department for Food, the Environment and Rural Affairs (Defra).||25 Aug 2020|
Previous reports, analysis and articles
|Organisation / Publication / Author||Link||Information||Date|
|edie||The circular economy||What does the circular economy look like in practice? Which organisations are most suited to going circular? This edie explains guide, produced in association with Reconomy, answers these questions and more.||27/05/2020|
|EcoAct||Climate and the value chain: a roadmap for Scope 3 emissions reductions||This Factsheet addresses arguably the most challenging and often the largest set of emissions for a business to tackle. The vulnerability of supply chains, laid bare by Covid-19 pandemic, is also of significance.||01/04/2020|
|Carbon Disclosure Project||CDP Supply Chain - Changing the Chain||CDP brings together 125 global corporations and public sector organizations, with US$3.6 trillion in annual procurement spend, that request their suppliers report to them through CDP’s questionnaires regarding current and anticipated environmental risks and opportunities.||01/12/2019|