New Research: Carbon Stream Mapping

ESG
Today, 70% of reported carbon emissions from supply chains are based on estimates. As organizations work to overcome the underlying measurement challenge, fundamental questions remain. Most critically, how do we accelerate from better accounting to meaningful action?
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Whatever Floats Your Boat

News Recap
A deep dive into recent announcements by major ocean freight players (including Hapag-Lloyd, DB Schenker, and Maersk) demonstrate innovations across container tracking, autonomous vessels, and fuel. Investment in all three areas are required ahead of the first Energy Efficiency Ship Index (EEXI) and Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) reports expected from the IMO next year.
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How To Become a “Planet Obsessed” Supply Chain 

ESG
Customers care about the impacts they have on the planet, and they want to know if we care, too. We aim to meet our zero carbon goals, and it begs the question: is the planet our customer, too?
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Always Ask a Man?

People
Including women in decision making and leadership positions results in better performance for an organization – even for achieving carbon goals. Reflecting on Women’s History Month, we explore the gender pay gap and how to address it.
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“Do You Know That Guac is Extra?” 

ESG
The beloved-and-debated avocado is our lens for exploring supply chain in the news this week, as we see focuses on inventory, counterfeits and the need to rethink capacity. 
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Is Our Innovation Window Closing? 

ESG
If historical waves prove consistent, our window for throwing innovation at the carbon problem is quickly closing. Time to rally!
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