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The response rates reflect the typical carbon management continuum of companies.Companies generally assess risks first, perform (Greenhouse gas) emission accounting to get a detailed picture of their impacts, set targets to measure progress, and then evaluate reduction opportunities and implement projects.There was no appreciable pattern of renewable energy investments among specific industry sectors, but large companies were responsible for 65 percent of renewable energy investments reported through the survey.What commercial opportunities does climate change present to your company for both existing and new products and services?The SCLC seeks to address the increasing focus on carbon impacts of corporate supply chains, where, for many sectors, the majority of GHG emissions are generated.

Overall, there is a higher response rate, 60 percent, for Section A questions (Climate Change Risk, Opportunities, and Strategy), than Section B (Additional GHG Emissions Accounting) and C (GHG Emissions Analysis), at 48 and 28 percent respectively.

Some companies stated they produce multiple products within one facility and it would be difficult and expensive to sub-meter the entire facility to get individual product line emissions.

Others indicate resources do not exist to collect or analyze the data needed to get to that level.

Over half of the suppliers responding to the survey (56 percent) use the GHG Protocol as their methodology to calculate corporate emissions.

Other suppliers use a wide range of accounting methods including.

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