Going Beyond Fortune 500s: How Businesses of Any Size Play a Role in Reaching Net Zero

Resource Summary

Corporate sustainability discussions often focus on large enterprises, but businesses of all sizes play a significant role in reducing the effects of climate change. Many organizations are unsure of how to track their emissions and reduce their carbon footprint over time. With 92% of an organization’s emissions coming from its supply chains, measuring and managing carbon data is critical to ensure upstream and downstream partners can achieve their own sustainability goals. For small and mid-size businesses there are plenty of opportunities to reduce environmental impacts across the value chain – with a little help from the right resources.

Join Lauren Scott and Chelsea Davis as they discuss how businesses of all sizes impact our shared journey to Net Zero and how Atrius solutions help customers automate carbon accounting and streamline sustainability reporting.

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