10 February 2021

11:00 - 12:00

Webinar: Making sense of scope 3 carbon emissions - Feb 2021

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For many organisations, a large proportion of their total carbon emissions will fall within the scope 3 category (indirect emissions), making these a key area of focus to support the transition to net zero. 

Assessing carbon emissions across the entire supply chain can be complex to measure because they are generated from sources which are outside of your operational control. 

This second session of our webinar series will address how organisations can identify, measure and reduce their scope 3 emissions and will look at the benefits that engaging your supply chain can deliver.

The webinar will discuss:

  • What are scope 3 emissions?
  • How can they support your carbon reduction targets?
  • The tools and techniques to address and tackle these scope 3 emissions
  • Engaging your suppliers in the decarbonisation journey



Matt Dracup, Energy Services, Director, Engie

A professionally qualified Chartered Energy Engineer and Chartered Energy Manager with considerable technical experience in utilities and facilities management, operations management, engineering design and project management in a variety of industrial and commercial sectors.

Head of ENGIE’s national Energy and Sustainability team which comprises of 25 qualified industrial engineers / managers, providing industrial energy / carbon / water compliance services, advisory services and savings projects.

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