02 Aug '11, 10pm

Climate Earth Offers a Low-Cost Entry Point to Manage Supply Chain Impacts

Climate Earth Offers a Low-Cost Entry Point to Manage Supply Chain Impacts

Walmart , P&G , AT&T and General Mills are among the companies that have invested untold dollars in analyzing the environmental impacts of their supply chains. For everyone else out there, Climate Earth today released new products meant to be practical, low-cost first steps for any company that wants to manage their supply chain footprint. This may include figuring out which of the materials they use have the biggest impacts or which suppliers they should engage first. The San Francisco-based firm's new Scope 3 Answer Packs help companies quickly size up their top suppliers or purchased materials for between $4,000 and $5,000. The Scope 3 Answer Packs are geared toward sustainability professionals facing budgetary restrictions, said Climate Earth's Frankie Ridolfi. "They need to demonstrate that there is a business value to doing this kind work, but they need the numbers."...

Full article: http://www.greenbiz.com/news/2011/08/02/climate-earth-off...

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