Reducing Value Chain Emissions by Enabling Supplier Action

Changing attitudes from modern day stakeholders towards climate change have drawn attention to, not only what the company can control directly, but its wider sphere of influence and supply chain. In this report, Criticaleye Partner Salesforce explores ways to enable suppliers to act on climate change, as well as discussing their own approach to tackling the issue.

Key takeaways include:

  • Upstream value chain emissions make up to 92% of companies’ total emissions footprint on average giving companies a huge opportunity to decarbonise.
  • Majority of Salesforce’s emissions come from outside of their direct control (76% in FY2021).
  • Salesforce provide their suppliers with tools and strategies that will enable them to take practical steps toward decarbonisation.
  • Data displaying progress and intentions of Salesforce suppliers as well as challenges that they’ve faced and ways around that – with a heavy focus on science-based targets (SBTS’S)

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