Supply chain carbon emission quantification – Alicia Montoya & Sofia Fellini, Swiss Re


Session Outline
Addressing climate change has become a regulatory need as well as a reputational priority for supply chain companies worldwide. But quantifying supply chain carbon can be tricky. Combining large, dynamic datasets from different sources and ontologies to fill gaps can lead to problems such as missing features and unique entity identifiers, lack of explainability, and complex corporate data access systems. During this session we explore how Swiss Re is working with new data and partners to plug those gaps and achieve scientific carbon quantification to enable sustainable supply chains.

Key Takeaways
– Comply with growing financial regulation on full transparency of value chain disclosure
– Necessity to integrate and enrich disparate datasets and ontologies to fill gaps
– Assess and quantify end-to-end supply chain carbon emissions

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