Guidehouse is a proud to exhibit at MODEX 2024.
MODEX 2024 showcases cutting-edge innovations in supply chain and material handling solutions. Industry leaders will gather to discuss the latest technologies, automation trends, and sustainable practices shaping the future of logistics.
Guidehouse offers a comprehensive suite of digital services that enable public and commercial sector organizations to confidently reduce risks, improve profitability, and leverage intelligence along the way. Our experts use global, industry-standard measurement frameworks to guide clients and recommend improvements to end-to-end supply chain operations to achieve their sustainability goals. To help the supply chain’s critical role in helping brands reach decarbonization targets, we developed the Supplier LOCT collaborative to help suppliers reduce GHG emissions.
Stop by booth A9407 to speak to our experts to learn more about Guidehouse.
Demystifying Scope 3 Emissions: Why They Are Crucial for Your Business
Monday, March 11 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. | Sustainability Theater Powered by Guidehouse
Tuesday, March 12 from 10:30 to 11:15 a.m. | Sustainability Theater Powered by Guidehouse
Wednesday, March 13 from 10:30 to 11:15 a.m. | Sustainability Theater Powered by Guidehouse
Scope 3, or supply chain emissions, can account for up to 95% of a company’s total greenhouse gas footprint. Still, fewer than 18% of companies report them, and awareness about the entire carbon emissions process is still in its infancy. Scope 3 emissions can be daunting as they cover a broad range of sources along your supply chain, including raw materials, packaging, shipping and logistics, waste disposal, and even employee commuting. Without direct control over your suppliers’ operations, it may seem impossible to calculate, let alone reduce, your Scope 3 emissions, but it doesn’t have to be. Your organization can begin to manage and reduce your emissions after this session by:
Tracking your Scope 3 emissions will help you stabilize your supply chain by reducing risks and finding opportunities. Through strategic supply chain engagement, it is possible to empower suppliers to take climate action, reduce their emissions, and, therefore, reduce your own.
Carbon Emissions Metrics: Uncovering Your Risks and Opportunities
Monday, March 11 from 1:30 to 2:15 p.m. | Sustainability Theater Powered by Guidehouse
Tuesday, March 12 from 12:30 to 1:15 p.m. | Sustainability Theater Powered by Guidehouse
Wednesday, March 13 from 2:30 to 3:15 p.m. | Sustainability Theater Powered by Guidehouse
Climate reporting is increasingly becoming the business norm, demanded by capital markets and consumers alike. Disclosing your emissions brings wide-reaching business benefits, from brand value to risk management and getting ahead of regulations. For example, according to the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), 86% of companies agree that disclosing climate-related data helps protect and improve organizational reputation, and 76% of companies said that specifically reporting through CDP has helped boost their competitive advantage.
Disclosing your data not only allows you to track and share your progress but also allows you to uncover risks and opportunities. For example, companies expect $1.3 trillion of financial impacts over the next five years from environmental risks. Additionally, the top 200 largest companies worldwide have reported cumulative gains of realizing business opportunities related to climate change at $2.1 trillion.
What could you be risking? What opportunities could you unveil? How will you use disclosing as your secret sauce? Join this session to learn more about how to track and share your climate journey, including:
Keeping up with GHG Emissions Guidance: How to Manage the Rapidly Changing Global Landscape
Monday, March 11 from 3:30 to 4:15 p.m. | Sustainability Theater Powered by Guidehouse
Tuesday, March 12 from 2:30 to 3:15 p.m. | Sustainability Theater Powered by Guidehouse
Wednesday, March 13 from 3:30 to 4:15 p.m. | Sustainability Theater Powered by Guidehouse
Submitting science-based targets, reporting your data, and keeping up with the latest guidance from the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol could be a full-time job, and for some people, it is! Companies can recognize the importance of climate action but may not have adequate resources to keep up with the rapidly changing climate change guidance. With new regulations and guidance coming out on what feels like an annual basis, knowing how to approach GHG emission reduction can feel like an ever-moving target.
For example, in 2022, the Science Based Target Initiative (SBTi) released the world’s first standard method to set targets for companies in land-intensive sectors. In 2023, the GHG Protocol also updated its guidance on calculating GHG emission footprints, calling for specific Forest, Land, and Agriculture (FLAG) footprints. In 2024, it is expected that SBTi will release version II of their land-intensive sector (i.e., FLAG-specific targets) to align with the guidance from the GHG protocol. These are critical protocols to understand for your business, starting now.
Staying connected with the rapidly changing guidance can be the difference between your organization leading the pack or falling behind. What is your strategy to use these changes as opportunities for success rather than risks? Join us for this session to learn how to: