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Credible net zero transition plans require a robust understanding of all GHG emissions, including scope 3. However, global climate targets and organisational goals are looming and many organisations still don’t have a plan for how to achieve said targets.
Whilst accurate accounting for Scope 3 emissions is challenging, this shouldn’t stop action planning. An initial assessment can identify where GHG emissions are coming from, enabling organisations start thinking about their business strategy to decarbonise, and provide initial focus on the areas of greatest impact. Improvements in data and performance monitoring can be managed alongside action.
In this Sustainability Delivery Group Expert Talk, we will discuss the importance of the considering the value chain (scope 3), some of the challenges around reporting, and some practical steps for those at the start of their climate transition planning journey.
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Hayley Maynard is a principal consultant in AECOM’s growing carbon and ESG advisory practice, advising clients on their journey to net zero. She has worked with many multi-faceted organisations – across a range of sectors - to understand their Scope 3 emissions, set robust Greenhouse Gas reduction targets, and build their decarbonisation strategy. Net Zero is a global ambition, requiring mass buy-in, and Hayley is keen to support clients to understanding the role of net zero transition plans in conjunction with their wider ESG strategies as well as sectoral direction.
Ian Davies is a Technical Director in AECOM's Carbon and ESG Practice. He has worked with clients across a range of sectors to help them understand and manage their GHG impacts. He has helped clients to model their Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions, set carbon reduction targets and develop robust carbon management plans providing a prioritised routemap to meeting their goals. Ian is fully conversant on UK legislation and policy with regard to climate change including greenhouse gas emissions, transitioning towards net zero emissions targets and climate change resilience assessment.
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