There are growing expectations that a company should look at not only its direct carbon emissions but also those of its supply chain - and of its broader sphere of
There are growing expectations that a company should look at not only its direct carbon emissions but also those of its supply chain – and of its broader sphere of influence. While companies use carbon offsetting to offset their carbon, an alternative is carbon in-setting – where similar principles are used to reduce carbon emissions within a company’s value chain, and also bring broader social and economic benefits to those communities – communities that your company impacts through its products and services.
Learn about Carbon In-setting and how you can use it in your business to reduce the environmental impacts of your broader value chain and demonstrate your company’s commitment to sustainability.
(Thursday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Illinois Sustainable Technology Center (ISTC)