Sustainable Food Trade Association Webinar Series
Beyond Your Walls: Lessons Learned from Scope 3 Tracking
April 10, 2019 at 10am PT / 1pm ET
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Note: This session was originally scheduled for February 25, 2019, but postponed due to weather related issues.
GHG Inventory expert Good Company will describe the foundational components of Scope 3 inventory tracking, including components such as employee commuting, transportation of ingredients and finished goods, co-packing and farming emissions. Open-source tools that exist to help calculate Scope 3 emissions will be reviewed, and approaches to assess or engage supply chain partners in the process will be highlighted. In particular, attendees at all stages of inventory management will benefit from learning about methodologies for tracking whether they are in beginning, intermediate, or advanced stages of Scope 3 inventory assessments.
Aaron Toneys, Senior Associate with Good Company, provides clients with climate change mitigation analysis, tool development, technical research, and triple bottom line assessments. He is the principal developer of Good Company’s proprietary greenhouse gas inventory calculators and environmental assessment tools. Mr. Toneys has worked on over 150 greenhouse gas inventories across multiple sectors including food, city government, heavy construction, power generation, college campuses, and fuel production.
Justin Overdevest, Senior Associate with Good Company, provides clients with market, business feasibility and technical research and analysis. Recent work has included international supply chain and climate risk management solutions for international food processors, as well as solar program development for a state transportation department. Justin leads Good Company’s food practice and their international work, including clean tech.