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This is why 'product carbon footprint' exchange is key to Scope 3 decarbonization

Product carbon footprint data through supplier information can address scope 3 emissions.

Product carbon footprint data through supplier information can address scope 3 emissions. Image: Unsplash/Alin Anderson

Mourad Tamoud
Chief Supply Chain Officer and Executive Vice-President, Global Supply Chain Operations, Schneider Electric
Eric Enselme
Executive Fellow, World Economic Forum Geneva
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