Event summary produced by The Globe and Mail Events team. The Globe’s editorial department was not involved.
Many organizations are accustomed to reporting on Scope 1 and 2 emissions – those generated from owned or controlled sources, and those from the use of energy. But now, companies in Canada are beginning to measure and report on Scope 3 emissions – or those from the value and supply chain, often considered indirect emissions. How prevalent will Scope 3 reporting become in Canada and when?
The Globe and Mail hosted a webcast on September 20 to explore what Scope 3 reporting entails and strategies used by ESG and sustainability leaders.
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Jeff Jones, sustainable finance and ESG reporter with The Globe and Mail moderated the panel, which included:
- Aamir Paul, president of North America operations with Schneider Electric;
- Dominique Barker, chief financial officer and head of sustainability with Lithium Royalty Corp.;
- Theresa Jang, EVP and chief financial officer with Stantec; and chair of the Stantec executive ESG committee;
- Janice Anderson, director of ESG compliance with Nutrien.
The group talked about drivers of Scope 3 emissions reporting, including regulatory shifts, along with strategies to gather required data from suppliers and vendors.
View the full webcast (60 minutes) below.
The Globe and Mail presented the event with sponsor support from Schneider Electric. To learn about upcoming Globe and Mail events see www.globeandmail.com/events