Reach net zero by engaging your value chain
Experts and industry leaders explain how to reduce your business’s value chain carbon emissions.
Recorded on April 26th, 2022
Practical solutions & actionable advice, directly from the experts
In this online event, we gathered experts and industry leaders to explain how to reduce your business’s value chain carbon emissions, with a focus on practical solutions and actionable advice. We also unveiled a downloadable practical guide with even more guidance, examples, and tips from industry leaders.
With the expert advice and the guide, you’ll have everything you need to jumpstart your business’s value chain engagement.
- Anders Wijkman – Author and Opinion leader, Honorary President Club of Rome
- Eva Dalenstam – Policy Officer Circular Economy at the European Commission
- Athanasia Xeros – Director of Environmental Sustainability at Mastercard
- Tyler Christie – Founder at Natural Capital Advisors, Advisor at EQT and Seedcamp
- Kristian Rönn – CEO & Co-founder at Normative.io
- Dr. Alexander Schmidt – Head of Science & Climate Research at Normative.io
Moderated by Cassandra Julin, Head of Global PR at Normative.io.
Why reduce value chain emissions?
For the average company, 92% of its carbon footprint originates in its value chain: the services, products, and resources that go into the company’s end products.
These carbon emissions are increasingly becoming a business liability, so when you reduce your carbon footprint, you also reduce risk to your business.
Additionally, starting your carbon reduction work now ensures that you stay ahead of sustainability legislation, and makes your business more attractive to investors, future employees, and customers.
In short: reducing your value chain carbon emissions is not only good for the planet – it’s good business.
Start your journey to net zero emissions
Normative’s carbon accounting engine calculates your entire climate footprint and identifies emission hotspots. Our carbon specialists use this intelligence to create a tailored reduction plan – and a climate investment strategy for what you can’t reduce.