Trends, Challenges & Disclosures: Scope 3 Readiness Insights


Date/Time: March 21, 2024 (11-12PM ET / 8-9AM PT)

Seeking to gain control in the complex world of Scope 3 emissions? You’re not alone. Managing indirect emissions throughout your value chain poses a significant challenge, but it’s also essential for achieving true sustainability objectives. Tackling Scope 3 is more important than ever to prepare for new emission disclosure regulations, including California’s SB 253, 261 and coming regulations from the US SEC.

This webinar sheds light on the ever-evolving landscape of Scope 3 preparedness. We’ll explore new emission disclosure policies, uncover valuable peer insights, and equip you with actionable strategies to: 

  • Demystify Scope 3 complexities: Gain a clear understanding of different categories, methodologies, and best practices. 
  • Navigate the evolving regulatory landscape: Stay ahead of emerging requirements and disclosure frameworks including California SB 253, 261, and what we may see from the US SEC this year.
  • Benchmark your progress: See how your efforts compare against industry peers and leading organizations. 
  • Gain valuable peer insights: Learn from real-world experiences and successes shared by sustainability leaders. 
  • Uncover practical solutions: Discover effective tools and approaches to measure, reduce, and report Scope 3 emissions. 

No matter where you are in the maturity of your Scope 3 journey, you’ll gain valuable insight into your approach by joining this webinar. So, plan to learn more with your peers and arm yourself with the confidence to navigate the Scope 3 maze effectively.


  • Margaret Morales, Director, Carbon, GreenBiz Group


  • Sean Daley, Director, Consulting, Sphera
  • Mark Evans, Director, Business Development, Sustainability Consulting, Sphera
  • More speakers to be announced

If you can’t tune in live, please register and we will email you a link to access the webcast recording and resources, available to you on-demand after the live webcast.



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