Engage suppliers at scale
Scope 3 emissions—including from supplier and vendor activities—often account for more than 80% of a company's total carbon footprint. Watershed Supply Chain works directly with your vendors, and with your existing teams and tools, to measure and analyze supplier emissions in days.
Understand supplier emissions
View suppliers’ granular emissions data, targets, and actions in a single dashboard, then drill down into specific suppliers to find the best opportunities for meaningful carbon reductions.
Take action, together
Track an individual supplier’s progress, or use Watershed to scale your communications and reductions planning across many vendors at once. Make purchasing decisions based on real climate actions.
Scope 3 resources
High-impact climate action: three company success stories
Watershed recently hosted a Climate Week Forum featuring sustainability leads from three of our customers—DoorDash, Everlane, and Okta—alongside Watershed climate advisor Victoria Wills. They discussed successes, challenges, and how to work with colleagues and partners to drive real climate impact.
ISSB disclosure standards: what companies need to know for 2023
The International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) has a new climate disclosure standard that is set to become the new global baseline for both mandatory and voluntary disclosures, starting as early as 2024. This guide covers what companies need to know about ISSB’s requirements, where the program is headed, and how it fits in with other climate disclosure standards—both voluntary and government-mandated—across the US, UK, and EU.
How companies can leverage the Inflation Reduction Act
It's official: The Inflation Reduction Act is now law, and adds ~$369B to the climate fight. The business implications of this are immense: the IRA offers new tax credits for everything from electric vehicles to heat pumps, allowing companies to supercharge decarbonization by making cleaner purchases—at attractively subsidized prices.