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Preparing your business for Global Warming | AUK | Sustainability in September Seminar Series

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This event is part of the "Sustainability in September Seminar Series" taking face-to-face training from traditional Australian east coast city locations and into Wellington NZ (6 Sept), Auckland NZ (7 Sept), Perth AU (12 Sept) and Adelaide AU (15 Sept).

Each location will host three workshops; Preparing your business for Global Warming, Preparing your business for Circular Economy and Preparing your business for Modern Slavery. Wellington will also host a fourth workshop on Preparing ADR professionals for Modern Slavery and the Circular Economy for those alternative dispute resolution practitioners in Wellington for #NMC2023. 

To learn more about all 13 events see here: https://www.supplychainschool....

The Supply Chain Sustainability School enables socially, environmentally and economically sustainable supply chains for all organisations in Australia and New Zealand through open access to educational resources. The School is an industry-wide collaboration led by our Fellows and Members whose Vision for the School is “Collaborative accessible education for a sustainable future”.

Preparing your business for Global Warming

Learning outcomes:

  • Understand the basics of climate change and the need to focus on emissions now.
  • Understand the full life cycle of a product or service in your organisation.
  • Understand the data required to measure embodied emission of products and services.
  • Can calculate your organisation’s scope 1 and 2 emissions ready to supply to customers and suppliers (to calculate their scope 3 emissions).
  • Can develop a project plan to calculate your scope 3 emissions.
  • Understand the differences between carbon-related third-party certification schemes.

Case studies:

Good Environmental Choice Australia (GECA)
GECA will be presenting the differences between carbon-related third-party certification schemes.

Materials and Embodied Carbon Leaders Alliance
MECLA is a collaboration of many organisations including School Fellows WWF, Lendlease, BlueScope, Laing O’Rourke, Stockland, Circular Australia, CPB Contractors, Downer, John Holland, RMIT University GBCA, and ISC)

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