Reporting on Supply Chain Sustainability

What does it mean to report on supply chain sustainability, and why is it important? How can you engage with key suppliers?

This online event on sustainable supply chains will provide frameworks and best practices for supply chain reporting and engagement, including CDP disclosure, UN Global Compact’s recommendations on human rights due diligence and indicators, the Science Based Targets initiative scope 3 criteria.

The event is held in partnership with UN Global Compact Networks Norway, Denmark, Finland and Sweden. It will be in English and is free and open for all to join.


The event COP/COE Peer Review is taking place simultanuously, so if you have already signed up for that, you should prioritize the COP/COE Peer Review, as Reporting on Supply Chain Sustainability will be recorded for you to watch at another point.


November 30, 2021

14.00 – 15.30 CET



14:00-14:10: Opening remarks

UN Global Compact Norway – Knut Moestue, COO

14:10-14:30: Human rights & decent work in supply chains

UN Global Compact, Mari-Lou Dupont, Senior Manager Decent Work & Social Sustainability

14:30 – 14:45: Reporting on supply chain sustainability through CDP

CDP, Hugo Ernest- Jones, Associate Director, Supply Chain Europe, CDP Europe

14:45-15:00: Company example

VELUX, David Collins, Supplier Quality and Development Director

15:00-15:25: Science Based Targets – Scope 3 criteria

SBTi & CDP, Kenza Taoufik, European Regional Lead for CDP’s Commit to Action Program

Joachim Marc Christensen

Head of Programmes

Climate & Environment / Klima & Miljø
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