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Addressing Scope 3 emissions: Scaling supply chain interventions in agricultural value chains

Published: 24 Jan 2024

Last Updated: 17 May 2024

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Tackling Scope 3 emissions within complex value chains such as the agricultural sector is a daunting task. A lack of consensus on best practices, including alignment on supply chain boundaries, accounting, and approaches for monitoring, reporting and verification is hindering in-value chain interventions from reaching their full potential. Unclear mechanisms for engaging with farmers and financing the transition to more sustainable practices is also hampering action.

This joint webinar from Abatable, IPI and WBCSD, which took place on January 24 2024, brought together corporate, project developer and NGO perspectives on these issues including how best to enable effective supply chain emissions reduction and removal strategies to scale.

The webinar also unpacked the main messages from Abatable and IPI’s recent report focused on the supply side and WBCSD’s report on the demand side, before opening up to different perspectives and enabling the audience to dive deeper into the topics with the report authors and panellists.


  • Pauline Blanc, Policy and Advocacy Lead, Abatable (Moderator)
  • Michael Guindon, Executive Director, IPI
  • Kate Newbury-Hyde, Senior Manager, Agriculture and Food, WBCSD
  • Elijah Innes-Wimsatt, Director, Corporate Climate Solutions, Conservation International
  • Andrew Voysey, Chief Impact Officer at Soil Capital
  • Tzutzuy Ramirez, Head of Climate and Nature at Syngenta