Sustainable Supply Chain Webinar 
& Conference Series

Sustainable Supply Chain Conference Series

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The SSCS series was launched in response to the need Double Green heard from the industry. The workshop webinars and conference will accelerate sustainability throughout supply chains by answering business leaders' and their operations managers' questions by connecting them directly to engineering and resilience subject matter experts from academic and scientific institutions.  

Energy & Greenhouse Gas Inventorying
Tuesday, October 19, 2021, 11am-2pm Eastern

The inventorying of energy use and greenhouse gas emissions has become a cornerstone of sustainability assessments. In this webinar experts on life-cycle assessment, scope 1, 2, and 3 inventorying, and environmental footprinting will share their expertise and experiences. Participants will gain a working knowledge of how to frame energy and greenhouse gas inventories for their operations and supply chains.

Energy Efficiency
Wednesday, November 3, 2021, 11am-2pm Eastern

Energy efficiency remains an opportunity for improving sustainability while also reducing costs. It requires an assessment of life cycle costs, and the balancing of upfront investments for long-term rewards. In this webinar energy efficiency experts will share approaches to energy efficiency assessment, providing participants with insights into balancing energy reductions with cost savings.

Tuesday, December 14, 2021, 11 am-2 pm Eastern

Heat domes and extreme weather compound the country’s aging infrastructure. In this webinar, resilience experts will describe how climate change and infrastructure disrepair will disrupt operations and the strategies companies can adopt now to protect their business. In addition, industry panelists will provide examples of how their companies prepared, pivoted, and innovated during the pandemic and recent climate disasters.

Each workshop is $50 and consists of access to the live virtual event and archived recordings. Register for all 3 workshops at a discounted rate of $125. 

A detailed workshop agenda including speaker topics and bios is available at