Join ‘Supply Chain Transparency and Emissions’ to learn how data can be used to create operational transparency allowing you to effectively measure and reduce carbon emissions.

Sustainability continues to be a C-suite business imperative for logistics and transportation providers; demonstrating your sustainability credentials is an ever-growing consumer expectation and a business differentiator.
As supply chain leaders continue to look for ways to transform their businesses and align with the post-pandemic world to create greener and more sustainable operations, a data-led approach holds the key to unlocking the insights required to successfully measure and report greenhouse gas footprints in line with recognised standards.

You are invited to attend our webinar to learn how Vivobarefoot – a company providing high-quality footwear with minimal impact on the people and plant – worked with technology solution-providers to use data to create the necessary operational transparency into their scope 3 transportation emissions and create better short and long term sustainability decisions.
This partnership allowed them to access the analytics to help them continue on their long-term strategy to become a regenerative business with an improving B-corp certification score

Speakers at this event:

Gerald Chifamba, Head of Business Development, Pledge
Gerald is the Head of Business Development at Pledge, leading strategic relationships with logistics providers and shippers taking the first steps on their sustainability journey. Before joining Pledge, he worked in ESG technology helping corporates digitise their global ethics and compliance programmes. He chaired several ‘Go-Green Committees’ supporting employee-led climate action in companies and charities

Michelle Mooney, Acting Editor of Logistics Manager
Michelle Mooney is a Philosophy graduate from Birkbeck University of London and Acting Editor of Logistics Manager. Michelle has a particular interest in sustainability and ethics in the supply chain, and also enjoys writing about International logistics and air cargo. Recently, Michelle hosted Logistics Manger’s Sustainable Supply Chain Conference, a gathering of the Industry’s top sustainability professionals. Michelle is also a keen animal rights activist and vegan.