Value Chains

For many companies, some of their greatest sustainability impacts reside within their value chain. Embedding sustainability across your planning; sourcing and procurement; supply chain, production, and logistics; and customer use and recovery can feel overwhelming. This set of resources helps you understand the portfolio of practices that you can employ, reflect on your own maturity, and identify opportunities to drive positive change across your value chain.

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Addressing Scope 3: A Start Here Guide

A guide for leaders of companies of all sizes to understand the basics of Scope 3 emissions and how companies should begin to take credible action. The guidance is anchored in the real-world experience of companies that are already navigating this journey.

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Life Cycle Thinking

This guide explains how life cycle thinking and mapping help you identify and better understand the potential impacts of your products and services on people and the environment. By exploring environmental and social impacts from your raw materials, through manufacturing and distribution, to customer use, and end of life, you can identify hot spots and leverage points where you can take action to improve them.

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Getting Started on Incorporating Sustainability into Public Procurement

Public sector organisations have an opportunity, and an obligation, to ensure that the goods and services they buy align with their environmental and social commitments. This guide helps public procurement professionals to integrate sustainability considerations into public procurement processes and to improve the sustainability outcomes of their buying decisions.

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Sustainable Procurement: A Tip Sheet for SMEs

Companies are recognizing that the goods and services they buy contribute to their environmental and social footprint, often quite significantly. This tip sheet focuses on helping you to improve the sustainability outcomes of your company’s buying decisions and improve the impact your company has on the environment and on communities.

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Respecting Human Rights in Your Supply Chain: A Tip Sheet for SMEs

Every company, including a small or mid-sized enterprise (SME), has an obligation to respect human rights. This includes when you are buying goods and services. This guide explains how to assess possible human rights impacts in your supply chain and steps your company can take to prevent or mitigate them.

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Supporting Scope 3 Value Chain Decarbonisation

This forthcoming guide offers actionable insights on how your company can collaborate with and support suppliers, customers and logistics partners to lower their emissions and decarbonise.

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Life Cycle Assessment

Our forthcoming guide on life cycle assessments help you understand the social and environmental impacts of your products or services. This guide explains what a life cycle assessment is, why your business might want to undertake one and what to know about the process before you reach out to an LCA consultant.

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