Tracking the changes in your supply chain is a challenging task. This guidance aims to ease the complications when it comes to tracking real, sustainable change, and not just accounting for methodological or scope changes.
This chapter covers what is considered real progress toward sustainability as you calculate and track changes in your supply chain.
This chapter focuses on how to manage the double counting of emissions reductions when considering real progress toward a sustainable supply chain.
This chapter covers why understanding the concept of supply sheds can help make more active progress and ensure companies will be able to claim progress.
Progress toward a sustainable supply chain hinges on the type of data one is using and why. Here we’ll differentiate the types of data and guide you to choose what’s right for your goals.
This chapter dives deep into tools that rely on primary data and their implications for tracking progress in the supply chain.
Progress toward a more sustainable supply chain is possible even with a fair amount of uncertainty. This chapter covers how to measure and manage uncertainty.
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