Essential Elements of Sustainability Scorecards
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Is your business a supplier to the automotive, telecommunications, retail or electronics industries? If so, you may be required to collect and disclose information about your environmental performance, carbon emissions and supply chain sustainability efforts.
Organizations such as Ford, Kohl's, Honda, Nokia, AT&T and others are planning for the future by gauging the environmental impact of their suppliers and mitigating associated risks. They are doing this via sustainability scorecards.
We help suppliers understand the essential elements of successful scorecard compliance.
Webinar: Essential Elements of Sustainability Scorecards
You will learn:
- Why leading organizations (such Ford, Honda, Nokia and others) are creating scorecards
- How to prepare for these requirements
- Which requirements are universal, which are unique and what’s next
Emerging Scorecards – Common Questions
Within the last several months, many new supplier scorecards have been issued. Although each organization has its own unique survey, there are some questions that are consistently being asked:
- Have you conducted a greenhouse gas inventory?
- Do you have publicly stated emissions reduction targets?
- What portion of your energy is from renewable resources?
- What are your company’s sustainability initiatives?
Benefits of Scorecard Compliance
In addition to being in good standings with your customers, there are other benefits.
- Identify and mitigate your own business risks
- Set a benchmark for your own emissions reduction goals
- Uncover opportunities for operational cost savings
At Renewable Choice, we’re committed to helping our clients maintain and enhance supplier relationships. We simplify the process of GHG Emission measurement and help our clients successfully complete surveys and scorecards. We provide actionable sustainability strategies, sustainability reporting and supply chain compliance support.
Director of Sustainability Services
Matt launched the sustainability consulting practice at Renewable Choice in 2008 and has helped over 50 major brands with sustainability services including carbon accounting, CDP reporting, emissions reductions and sustainability strategy development. Matt works closely with leading retail organizations and their vendors on supporting sustainability initiatives. In 2009, Matt was accepted into the CSA Standards program for carbon accounting certification and is one of only 17 certified Greenhouse Gas Inventory Quantifiers in the U.S.
Director of Market Development
Jamie Dandar recently joined Renewable Choice Energy in May as our Director of Market Development. She brings with her over 12 years of experience in sales, marketing, and business development. She completed her MBA in 2007 and has since dedicated her career to environmental issues. Jamie contributed to research in sustainability efforts for local businesses and was recently published in the book, A Simple Path to Sustainability.