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"According to the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), the average organization’s upstream Scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions are 11.4 times larger than its operational (Scopes 1 and 2) footprint. Reducing greenhouse gas emissions at this scale requires procurement leaders to think differently. Despite value chain emissions accounting for a significant portion of an organization’s overall footprint, suppliers are seldom engaged to collect innovation ideas to reduce environmental impact."
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In this report, "Reduce Scope 3 Carbon Emissions in the Value Chain With Supplier-Led Innovation", Gartner analysts Miguel Cossio, Laura Rainier, & Lindsay Azim outline and discuss steps that will help "CPOs empower suppliers and leverage supplier innovation to unlock sustainability progress in the supply chain."
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“In a recent Gartner survey, 62% of the most mature procurement organizations highlighted that developing stronger, more collaborative relationships with their supply base is a top priority. The top benefits reported by respondents highlight cost and quality improvements, along with higher engagement in sustainability initiatives and priority access to scarce capacity.”
Source: Gartner, "Reduce Scope 3 Carbon Emissions in the Value Chain With Supplier-Led Innovation", by Miguel Cossio, Laura Rainier, & Lindsay Azim. Published 31 August 2022.
Source: Gartner, "Follow Gartner’s 4-Step Framework to Implement an Effective Supplier Collaboration Strategy", by Miguel Cossio. Refreshed 7 June 2022. Published 2 February 2021.
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