Transport Programme

The shared nature of global freight networks means carriers, shippers, and logistics service providers need to act and invest collectively to reduce transport-related Scope 3…

Apparel & Footwear Working Group

The Apparel & Footwear sector is responsible for 1.025 gigatons of CO2eq every year and could be responsible for up to 8% of the global…

ISEAL Innovations Fund Programme

Low-carbon commodities: ISEAL standards collaboration to verify lower emissions factors for purchased goods & services. Can we make it easier for corporates to report on…

Pulp & Paper Working Group

Research shows that by 2050 the consumption of paper will double. With the pressure to substitute plastic for paper, this number could grow even higher.…

Pilots

Pilots provide opportunities for companies to test application of the Guidance at an intervention-level. Their objective is to deliver verified/certified GHG reductions and removals from…

Food & Agriculture Working Group

The Food & Agriculture Working Group will help test application of the Value Change Guidance documents while providing opportunities for participants to collaboratively implement interventions…

Systems Lab

Vast databases and systems for gathering value chain emissions data and measuring impacts on the ground are available. But what of tracking and allocation systems?…

Claims Lab

Carbon Neutral, Climate Neutral, Net Zero, Climate Positive: How do we identify when double counting or double claiming poses a real threat to environmental integrity,…

Accounting Lab

Can disparate value chain actors collectively invest in Scope 3 emission reductions at scale and credibly account for the impact achieved? What about monetisation of…

Purchased Goods & Services Programme

This group co-founded and ran the first Programme, developing the guidance’s first iteration and ensuring value chain interventions are recognized and included in reporting towards…