For companies working towards their net-zero and nature-positive commitments, the need for clear and reliable intelligence on natural capital is vital. Innovative remote-sensing solutions can be an important enabler for improving business decisions with such data.
This webinar, our expert panel discussed how remote-sensing data can be utilised to support company action for net-zero and nature-positive supply chains. We explored the science and best practice, as well as the challenges for integration with other supply chain data and existing business processes. In brief, we talked about:
• The challenges that food, land use and agriculture companies face when collecting and applying natural capital data. • How business can integrate remote-sensing based natural capital intelligence with other critical supply chain data such as asset location, supplier information and land ownership. • The importance of high-quality natural capital intelligence to drive collective action and multi-stakeholder collaboration for sustainable supply chains and landscapes. • How utilising this data can accelerate existing sustainability, procurement, and reporting processes.
• Andrew Wilcox, senior Manager, sustainable Sourcing & digital programs, Unilever • Rob Emanuele, geospatial architect, Microsoft • Anita Neville, chief sustainability and communications officer, Golden Agri-Resources • Alessandro Baccini, co-founder and CSO, Chloris Geospatial
Moderated by Ian Welsh, director of publishing at Innovation Forum
This webinar was hosted in partnership with Chloris Geospatial.