Fwd: FW: Upcoming Webinar, April 23: Scope 3 Inventory - When Assumptions Meet Data

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Alec Cooley

Apr 9, 2024, 2:48:42 PMApr 9
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FYI – our next Busch Systems webinar is focusing upstream, at efforts to track materials-related emissions and the potential to use data to inform procurement decisions before the materials large institutions consume. See details below.





The goods and services that universities, government agencies and other large organizations purchase as part of their regular operations can add up to a significant percentage of their carbon footprint. Like other scope 3 emissions, however, it’s traditionally been very difficult to measure these and other consumption-based impacts, leaving EPP strategies to rely on guesswork and assumptions. But as sustainability efforts mature from more of an aspiration to a firm commitment, a growing number of organizations are searching for ways to connect procurement to actual data.

This free webinar will feature real-world examples of large organization’s efforts to inventory consumption-based environmental impacts and find ways to use the data to guide procurement decisions.


Patrick Cigana

Senior Advisor, Sustainability
Polytechnique Montréal
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Brandie Sebastian
Technical Director & Senior LCA Strategist
John Beath Environmental
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MacKenzie Bradbury
Sustainability & Eco-Impact Coordinator
Busch Systems
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Karen Cook, LEED AP
General Services Administration
County of Alameda, CA
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Andrew Sheahan
Director of Sales & Marketing
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Alec Cooley
Senior Advisor
Busch Systems
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This program will feature several presentations that will present to viewers real-world examples of current efforts by different organizations to inventory consumption-based environmental impacts and the ways they are currently using the data to guide procurement decisions.





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