Inching the World’s Supply Chains Closer to Net Zero (.PDF Download)

Feb. 7, 2022
With supply chains being a key area of ESG focus, more corporations are making commitments to net zero in 2022.

The balance between the amount of greenhouse gases (GhG) produced and the amount removed from the atmosphere, net zero is attained when the amount an organization “adds” is no more than the amount “taken away.” The gases that absorb and emit radiant energy within the thermal infrared range—thus causing the “greenhouse effect”—GhGs pose severe environmental and health issues.

For example, they cause climate change by trapping heat, which in turn affects various species in already arid climates. The climate change caused by GhG emissions also contributes to extreme weather, wildfires, droughts and food supply disruptions, according to Inspire Energy Capital.

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