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The current approach to supply chain carbon management is broken.

Companies are responsible for generating over two thirds of the planet's emissions. More than 90% of these emissions are produced in their supply chains. 

In order for a company to bring their goods to market, their supply chains are a complex network of vendors and buyers. It's hard enough for most companies to identify all the vendors in their own supply network, let alone measure the emissions that are being produced as a result.  

Organisations are often left trying to develop manual work arounds, engage expensive consultants, or make inaccurate estimates just to identify the potential impact their own business has on the planet.

It's easy to see why supply chain emission management is seen as complicated, time consuming, and expensive to implement. 

So we did something about it. 

We built Avarni.

We can't improve what we can't measure.

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of consumers account for traceability and sustainability in their purchasing decisions.
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Carbon emissions
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SCOPE 2 (T CO2e) Q1 2021
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SCOPE 3 (T CO2e) Q1 2021
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The traditional way of tracking carbon is mostly guesswork.

By examining procurement data and interacting with an ever increasing number of your suppliers, we create a comprehensive picture of carbon emissions in your supply chain. This means you not only have clarity on where you are now, but also the insight into managing carbon emissions effectively in the future.
Scope 1
All Direct Emissions from the activities under the control of an organisation. Includes fuel combustion on-site such as gas boilers, fleet vehicles and air-conditioning leaks.
Scope 2
Indirect Emissions from electricity purchased and used by the organisation. Emissions are created during the production of the energy that is eventually used by the organisation.
Scope 3
All Other Indirect Emissions from the organisation's activities, occurring from sources that they do not own or control. These are usually the greatest share of the carbon footprint, covering emissions associated with supply chain, procurement, business travel, waste and water.

Introducing Avarni. Supply Chain Carbon Management Made Easy.

Avarni transforms supply chain carbon management. It's the answer for organisations needing support for effective carbon management strategies. 

A future sustainability infrastructure for your business

Emission accounting engine

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The infrastructure for carbon strategy.

Emission Identification

Our comprehensive approach to understanding and engaging with your supply chain ensures all Scope 3 emissions are identified.

Plus, by giving your procurement team the tools they need to analyse the emissions of new potential suppliers - emissions analysis becomes a core part of the procurement process.
Identify emissions in your supply chain
Easily on-board your suppliers at no cost
Manage offsets & compliance
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Meaningful Insights

Clearly identify relevant actionable insights that can be used to decarbonise your organisation and your supplier's operations.
Detailed breakdown of all your emissions
Review and guide emissions targets of your suppliers
Understand your employee's carbon footprint
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Engaging Reporting

Reporting is based on best practice data visualisation, and can be used to report in line with global frameworks such as GRI and TCFD.
Easily create detailed emissions reports for all your stakeholders
Publish your emissions report on a hosted webpage for full transparency
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Forecasting & Benchmarking

Forecast what your future emissions will look like under an unlimited number of different scenarios, and compare the carbon performance of suppliers in the same categories to each other.
AI powered forecasting that automatically identifies supply chain emissions goals
Set emissions goals and identify actionable steps
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Why does it matter?

Future carbon pricing measures present real financial risk for investors. Organisations need to demonstrate they understand and have the ability to identify all carbon emissions in their supply chains - without it, investors willing to take on this unknown risk will naturally decrease.
Risk Mitigation
Poor supply chain practices present both a reputational and business risk to organisations. By developing a better view of your complete supply chain, these risks can be identified and mitigated.
Mandatory Compliance
Levels of mandated compliance for carbon emissions will continue to exist. There will be an increasing burden on organisations to provide relevant reporting to meet these compliance obligations.
Consumer Expectation
Consumers are increasingly demanding sustainable practices from organisations. How organisations approach their carbon emission management is directly affecting purchasing decisions being made by consumers.
Cost Reductions
By actively managing carbon emissions, opportunities for cost reduction are presented. For example, materials and business travel are two of the biggest contributors to carbon emissions for organisations. Better information on just these two categories of emissions can help reduce costs.

Avarni - creating the future of carbon management.

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