Coping with carbon: What about scope 3?

Coping with carbon: What about scope 3?
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Thu 11 June 2020
Thursday 11 June 2020
7:45 AM - 10:15 AM
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Scope 3 emissions are gaining increasing attention from both industry and government where it is now recognised that they make up a large fraction of the emissions in any business. Many businesses are committing to carbon neutrality with scope 1 and 2 emissions, where the numbers are smaller and easier to measure - but what about scope 3, the largest and hardest of them all?

Scope 1 covers the company's direct emissions. Scope 2 covers indirect emissions from the generation of purchased electricity, steam, heating and cooling consumed by the reporting company. Scope 3 carbon emissions are all the other indirect emissions that occur in a company’s value chain.

By splitting scope 3 emissions into categories (suppliers, employees and product users), learn exactly what scope 3 means and which category is the biggest impact for YOUR business. Come along to this business breakfast where we will explore scope 3 and how you can make your business truly manage all of its carbon impact.

More information and speakers to be announced.

Meet Our Speakers!

Coralline Dundon , Senior Consultant, Resource Futures

Coralline Dundon is a Senior Consultant within the Evidence team at Resource Futures, with 11 years’ experience working in the waste & resource industry. Coralline holds an MSc in Integrated Environmental Management and is a qualified ISO 14001 internal auditor. Her knowledge allows her to support the monitoring, maintaining, updating and auditing the company’s Environmental Management System, ensuring it is compliant with the ISO14001 standard. This includes running Resource Future’s yearly employee commuting travel survey and setting up systems to ensure the relevant data are captured to allow for accurate calculation of scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions for their Carbon Footprint.

If you would like to join the Network please get in touch via: info@TheFutureEconomyGroup.co.uk

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