WBCSD & PwC – Reaching Net Zero through Supply Chain Incentives
Venue: Accessible virtually
Date: 4 November
Time: 14:00 – 15:00 GMT
Description: Panel event with business leaders and industry experts detailing how supply chain incentives for decarbonization can be implemented to reach Net-Zero.
To reach Net Zero, Scope 3 supply chain emissions must be addressed by businesses globally. The combination of competing business priorities with supply chain complexity has led many organizations to stall or delay action in this space. Incentivizing supply chain decarbonization plays a critical role in realizing Net Zero ambitions, and multinationals are in a unique position to influence supplier behaviors, operations and investments through incentives. WBCSD and PwC are pleased to launch and share their recent report findings, bringing structure to this complex topic. This event will showcase their framework of supplier incentivization levers that companies can use to take action on decarbonizing their supply chains, ranging from penalty-based to reward-based levers. The framework is supported by case study examples of how companies are already using these to catalyze climate action within their supply chains.
Denise Chan, Sustainability and Climate, PwC
Dan Dowling, Partner, Sustainability and Climate Change, PwC UK
John Revess, Senior Director of Net Zero Transformation, WBCSD
Virginia Covo, Global Director of Climate Action, AB InBev
Vanessa Miler, Director Energy Innovation and Impact, Microsoft
Dylan McNeill, Director Supplier Sustainability, Philips