Metals and mining scope 3 targets: unearthing a pathway to a net zero supply chain (part 2)

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In this two-part series of insights, we assess metals and mining companies' scope 3 emissions reduction progress. The first insight presented the strategies being adopted by major mining companies to address scope 3 emissions. Part 2 focuses on how companies can select the optimal strategies for their product mix to broaden ambition for scope 3 reduction. We address the key strategic questions facing mining companies in tackling scope 3: • How can companies assess the risk and reward associated with scope 3 emissions reduction? • What technical and collaborative barriers do companies need to overcome to address value chain emissions? • Which scope 3 strategy is most appropriate for different mined commodities and over what timeline? Read the full insight to unearth tangible strategies for reaching a net-zero supply chain in metals and mining.

Table of contents

  • Unearthing a pathway to supply-chain net zero
  • Executive summary
  • Four broad scope 3 strategies in metals and mining
  • Segmentation based on risk and reward can guide scope 3 strategies for interim targets
  • Collaboration is essential, but barriers require a varied pace of ambition

Tables and charts

This report includes 3 images and tables including:

  • In the first insight we assessed the four broad scope 3 strategies have emerged in metals and mining:
  • Scope 3 strategy risk-reward matrix
  • Barriers to addressing downstream scope 3 emissions

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