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Carbon Intensity for Supply Chains

Attention to carbon production and policy is growing as governments, organizations, and consumers call attention to carbon’s negative impacts on the environment. Carbon assessments are becoming more important and easier to do, but often only point to the general departments producing the most emissions. They often don’t incorporate an understanding of business practices.

Instead, “carbon intensity” puts emissions numbers into the context of your business by comparing it to a particular unit of business activity. The resulting metric offers a more useful measurement framework than merely the raw output number of a Scope 3 evaluation.

Get our white paper to learn what carbon intensity is, how it works, why it matters, and how to operationalize it for supply chain efficiency.

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