Tackling Scope 3 and Supply Chain Sustainability at the Crossroads of New Regulations and ESG Goals

In this session, we will uncover some common challenges when building or scaling ESG programs, as well as best practices and approaches for measuring, reporting, and mitigating Scope 3 emissions. Join us to learn more about:

  • How regional carbon reporting regulations will have global impacts, demanding supply chain emissions data
  • The vital role of supplier engagement to build capability, measure and report emissions, and drive improvements
  • How climate and sustainability teams can work with their procurement peers to leverage carbon /ESG ratings to optimize that engagement strategy
  • How organizations can pursue a holistic strategy to uncover correlated risks while also boosting resilience and business performance.

Amanda Zalk
Senior Strategic Account Executives

Amanda has driven sustainable behavior changes since her earliest days. With a background in carbon-emission mitigation policy and international relations, Amanda is passionate about harnessing the power of global business for positive change. Now at EcoVadis, Amanda partners with the world’s largest Financial and Legal Services organizations to leverage sustainability as a performance and value driver for procurement as well as other key business functions. Alongside her role, Amanda is an avid skier, loves lilac, and lives in NYC.

Jon England
Principal Accounts

Jon is passionate about solving environmental challenges while improving the living conditions of people around the world. With his work at EcoVadis, Jon focuses on helping high-tech and communications companies innovate their supply chains to achieve their sustainability objectives, meet their customer needs, and comply with global regulations.

EcoVadis is a purpose-driven company dedicated to embedding sustainability intelligence into every business decision across the global marketplace. Businesses of all sizes rely on EcoVadis to comply with ESG regulations, reduce GHG emissions, and monitor and improve sustainability performance of their business and trading partners. Its actionable scorecards, tools and e-learning platform guide ESG improvement journeys across 200 industries in 175 countries. Leaders like Johnson & Johnson, L’Oréal, Unilever, LVMH, Bridgestone, BASF and JPMorgan are among 125,000+ businesses that collaborate with EcoVadis to drive resilience, sustainable growth and positive impact worldwide. Learn more on ecovadis.com or our Twitter and LinkedIn channels.