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GHG Leadership
and Reporting Assessment

A GHG emissions reporting and progress assessment for your suppliers. Understand management practices and reporting of GHGs and actively reduce emissions and climate risks.

Determine supplier GHG reduction ambitions and progress

Assess the amount of CO2e and the comprehensiveness of your supplier’s climate targets all in one place with the aim of simplifying information requests to what is most important for companies to understand supplier performance.

The GHG Leadership and Reporting Assessment helps you understand your suppliers’ GHG reporting and management strategies in order to identify leaders and opportunities for improvement in your supply chain.


Assessment content already designed and ready to be sent. Simply load your suppliers and start assessing impact.


With questions developed based on protocols and standards from WBCSD/WRI, CDP, SBTI, TCFD and others, this tool can assess suppliers’ GHG footprint and measurement reduction practices and progress.


Supplier data populates in real-time to provide insights into your plastic footprint and opportunities for supplier improvement.

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Learn more about the GHG Leadership and Reporting

SupplyShift standard assessments help you quickly create visibility, access supplier intelligence, and accelerate progress toward your goals.

With the GHG Leadership and Reporting Assessment, you’ll be able to understand how your suppliers manage and report GHG emissions and their level of leadership in actively reducing emissions and climate risks.

With the GHG Leadership and Reporting Assessment on SupplyShift, you’ll be able to…

  • Understand your suppliers’ reporting and management of GHG emissions
  • Identify whether your suppliers are leaders in actively reducing emissions and climate risks and if they are taking advantage of climate opportunities.
  • Assess your suppliers’ GHG footprint and tons of CO2e
  • Determine how comprehensive your suppliers’ GHG measurement and reporting practices are, whether they are making progress against strong emissions reduction targets, and whether they have structures in place to enable mature emissions management.

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