The Climate Action Bill 2021 legislates for the ambitious targets of reducing Ireland’s greenhouse gas emissions by 51% by 2030 and achieving carbon neutrality by 2050. This will require a significant change in the economy and every sector will be required to play its part.
Companies involved in importing and exporting goods and services face the unique challenge of accounting for and reducing emissions not just directly emitted through manufacturing or onsite energy use, but also indirectly from their supply chains. Businesses who act early and adopt sustainable supply chain practices will ensure they are prepared for legislative requirements on accounting for their carbon footprint, as well as benefiting from a greener public image and availing of new opportunities in the emerging green economy.
The IEA Sustainable Supply Chain training programme has been specially developed to offer practical, actionable support to companies in relation to their supply chain emissions. The programme involves a series of half-day workshops designed to bring companies on a journey from understanding their carbon emissions right through to the practical steps needed to measure, report and reduce their supply chain emissions, and to adopt more sustainable procurement practices. Participants will each receive practical carbon measurement and reduction tools from the Global Logistics Emissions Council (GLEC) for adoption within their organisations.
The programme is suitable for companies of any size and sector, from companies just starting their sustainability journey to organisations further down the road to carbon neutrality who will benefit from integrating our sustainable supply chain tools into their existing sustainability strategies.
The IEA is offering a special introductory fee for one workshop:
IEA Members: €250 / Non-Members: €350
|Course Bundle Deals: Members (Special Introductory Offer)
2 workshops: €450
3 workshops: €600
Non-Members (Special Introductory Offer)
2 workshops: €600
3 workshops: €850
For more information or if you have any questions please contact Karen Hennessy or Paul Corbett on 01 661 2182 or email@example.com