A practical guide: How to do Scope 3 carbon accounting

Measuring Scope 3 GHG emissions is a necessity for any company seeking to prosper in the future, and required for businesses covered by regulations such as CSRD. This guide explains how measure Scope 3 in alignment with the Greenhouse Gas Protocol.

Supply chain emissions are approximately four times larger than that of operations, so for any company serious about reducing GHG emissions, it is essential to measure GHG emissions resulting from upstream and downstream activities. Furthermore, an ever-increasing landscape of regulations, makes it required for several companie to measure Scope 3 emissions.

However, Scope 3 is known to be notoriously difficult to measure, which leads many companies to deprioritize working with supply chain emissions. Fortunately, it is possible to measure Scope 3 in an effective way and we have compiled some practical steps that all companies should take to get started today.

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