Value chain visibility

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Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability helps you get a clear view of your value chain. You'll be able to digitally connect your supply chains to strengthen collaboration, accountability, transparency, and reporting. You'll gain visibility into the activities of your vendors and partners and strengthen upstream and downstream collaboration across value chains. This visibility provides transparency about product attributes and emissions activities to help you drive supply chain efficiencies, reduce emissions, and design out waste.

This release wave extends our scope 3 category calculations for the GHG Protocol. Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability will provide reporting on the following scope 3 categories:

  • Scope 3 category 3: Fuel- and energy-related activities not included in scope 1 or scope 2.
  • Scope 3 category 12 (included in a previous release): End-of-life treatment of sold products.
  • Scope 3 category 15: Investments.