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Supply Chain Emissions

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Corporate GHG Emissions Need to Move Beyond “Best-Guess” Territory

Historically, companies looking to calculate their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions have had to rely on self-reported data and estimates rather than primary data from supply chain partners. These best-guess estimates lead to inconsistencies and a lack of clarity about what is really being emitted.

raw material Handling: Steel coil storing inside warehouse

Why We Need to Standardize Emissions Tracing to Get to Net Zero

When it comes to fighting climate change, we don’t have time for false starts—in the decisive decade, we have to get it right the first time around. That knowledge has guided our work building the COMET Framework, together with our partners at MIT’s Sustainable Supply Chains Initiative, the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment, and the Colorado School of Mines.