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Scope 3 Strategies

Addressing Scope 3 to achieve Net Zero

April 24, 2023 • The Helicon • London


As organizations look to take sustainability initiatives to the next level, eliminating and calculating Scope 3 emissions is a significant challenge. Approximately 70% of most organizations' carbon impact falls within Scope 3, but mapping and managing these emissions is highly complex as they are indirect, and fall anywhere within the organizations’ value chain. 

At SCOPE we are bringing together a diverse group of leaders from sustainability, procurement, supply chain and finance to collaborate and network to build a more sustainable future. 


  1. 10:00 AM 10:30 AM

    Welcome and Networking
  2. 10:30 AM 11:00 AM

    Power Panel: Measuring, validating and reporting on Scope 3 emissions

    with - Kathryn Thompson | UK Procurement Practice | Lead Partner | Deloitte

    Alex Spencer | Supply Chain CFO, Onshore Wind | GE Renewable Energy

    Amanda Wood | Sustainability Director | BAE Systems

    Measuring scope 3 emissions can be a daunting task. In this session we will look at the best available strategies for measurement and management of Scope 3 emissions.

    Key discussion areas:

    • Key approaches to tracking Scope 3 in Supply Chains 
    • Identify hotspots in Supply Chain
    • Engaging with indirect and direct suppliers to report data on their carbon, water, and waste footprint” with “Working closely with partners and suppliers to measure and manage
  3. 11:00 AM 11:30 AM

    Power Panel - Scope 3 leadership - How do you tackle the Scope 3 challenge?

    with - Vikram Singla | Strategy and Transformation Director | Sustainability Ambassador | Oracle

    Tobias Ebi | Director Product Carbon Footprint | Siemens

    Zbigniew Lewicki | Chief R&D and Sustainability Officer | Lipton

    Colin Seward | Chief Sustainability Office (CSO) - Technology and Data Lead | Cisco

    Holistic view of scope 3 emissions is required to enable data-driven decarbonisation. The goal of measuring and tracking Scope 3 is to empower business leaders  to make informed business decisions that mitigate the effects of climate change.

    Key discussion areas:

    • Prioritizing efforts for maximum impact
    • Setting ambitious and achievable targets
    • Engaging and reporting within the organization
  4. 11:30 AM 12:15 PM

    Keynote: Embedding a sustainable value chain
    In this session we explore how technology can help to enhance supplier engagement and help leaders understand the impact of the end-to-end supply ecosystem. We also look at how technology can improve operational efficiency and reduce emissions.

    Key discussion areas:

    • Working with suppliers to ensure alignment and identify new opportunities to reduce our environmental impact.
    • Working closely with logistics partners to minimize shipments, maximize consolidation, and take sustainability into account when selecting modes of transportation
    • Working with customers/consumers to reduce emissions associated with product use and end-of-life
    • Collaborate cross industry to share best practices in measurement and validation
  5. 12:15 PM 12:45 PM

    Power Panel - Sustainable Sourcing and Procurement Practices

    with - Oliver Hurrey | Ambassador and Board member | Sustainable Procurement Pledge

    Christophe Quiquempoix | Vice President Global Procurement - Sustainable Procurement & External Manufacturing | Schneider Electric

    Eugenia Ceballos Hunziker | Group Head Sustainable Procurement and Impact Valuation | Holcim

    Sustainable sourcing and procurement practices refer to the integration of environmental and social considerations into the purchasing and supply management processes. The goal is to minimize negative impacts and maximize positive contributions to sustainable development.

    Key discussion areas:

    • Supplier assessment and selection based on sustainability criteria
    • Promoting environmentally friendly products and services in R&D promoting circular economy 
    • Reduction of waste and emissions in the supply chain
    • Collaboration with suppliers to improve sustainability
  6. 12:45 PM 13:00 PM

    Walmart’s Journey to Net Zero and Project Gigaton initiative


    In the retail sector, most emissions exist in product supply chains rather than stores and distribution centers. That’s why Walmart created Project Gigaton™ in 2017 to engage suppliers in climate action, along with NGOs and other stakeholders. Through Project Gigaton, Walmart aims to reduce or avoid one billion metric tons of greenhouse gases from the global value chain by 2030. Project Gigatons success represents a substantial reduction of Scope 3 emissions within Walmart’s and  suppliers’ value chain worldwide
  7. 13:00 PM 14:00 PM

    Networking Lunch

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