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Webinar: Navigating GHG Collection and Data Sharing

We invite you to join us for an insightful discussion on the complexities and challenges of collecting and sharing greenhouse gas (GHG) data across the value chain. From data collection to dissemination, this webcast will delve into critical pain points faced by businesses and explore solutions.

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Webinar: Navigating GHG Collection and Data Sharing
Webinar: Navigating GHG Collection and Data Sharing

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Mar 21, 2024, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

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Webinar |  Navigating GHG Collection and Data Sharing

March 21 | 2:00 – 3:00 PM | Registration LINK

Free to Members | $25 for nonmembers We invite you to join us for an insightful discussion on the complexities and challenges of collecting and sharing greenhouse gas (GHG) data across the value chain. From data collection to dissemination, this webcast will delve into critical pain points faced by businesses and explore innovative solutions that emerge from these challenges.

Speakers:

  • Erin Bauer, M.S., CQIA, Product Development Manager, ASQE
  • Amanda Hansen, Sustainability Manager at Hydrite Chemical
  • Emma Thompson, Corporate ESG specialty, Oshkosh Corp
  • Abby Otto, Sustainability Specialist NA, Kerry

We will discuss:

  • Insights from the ASQE's Insights on Excellence® latest Focus Study on “Optimizing Supply Chains for Sustainability” report illustrates that carbon footprint measurement is the most selected environmental initiative of companies globally.
  • The difficulties and nuances of stakeholder needs and perspectives, exploring the intricacies of sharing GHG data across the value chain.
  • Barriers and challenges encountered in data sharing initiatives.
  • The importance of transparent communication and collaboration.
  • Join us as we navigate the complexities of GHG data sharing and collection and explore innovative strategies to drive sustainability and environmental responsibility across industries.

To download and read ASQE’s report, visit: https://asq.org/quality-resources/benchmarking/2024-asqe-ioe-focus-study-optimizing-supply-chains-for-sustainability?id=3ba7268a89da44b88af5c745f797efb8

Per ASQE’s Insights on Excellence® latest Focus Study on “Optimizing Supply Chains for Sustainability”, carbon footprint measurement is the most selected environmental initiative at 34% for 2022-2023 global respondents across all industries. Yet a majority of global respondents disagree (65%) that their organization effectively holds external partners and vendors accountable to environmental social governance regulations and standards as an aspect of their outsourcing process. Data transparency to effectively measure supply chain emissions and supplier performance is a known challenge, and can hinder the ability to calculate the organization’s carbon footprint. Supplier accountability and workforce development are two main areas of importance to improve and optimize supply chain performance.

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