Europe, through the "Green Deal", aims to become the first climate-neutral continent by 2050. Greenhouse gas emissions are to be reduced by at least 55% by 2030. These targets will become guidelines for European companies.
How does the Procurement function become the spearhead of corporate decarbonization?
How does it contribute not only to the measurement of CO2 emissions, but also to their reduction on all the scopes 1, 2 and 3?
Why does decarbonization require the activation of new sourcing approaches, a review of procurement tools and also of customer-supplier relations?
Can we say that decarbonization is transforming the missions of the Procurement function?
These are the questions that 3 CPOs from companies committed to neutrality answered at Ivalua NOW 2022.
Natacha Tréha - Université de Grenoble
Dominique Lebigot - Moët Hennessy
Frédéric Lino - Safran
Johan Marchner - Volvo Group