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Beca and Planet Price Strategic Partnership to Enhance Client Understanding of Planetary Impact
August 1, 2023 – Beca and Planet Price are delighted to announce they have formalised their existing collaboration through a strategic partnership agreement. Through the partnership, Beca – a leading multi-disciplinary
Renowned Sustainability Expert Debbie O’Byrne Joins Planet Price as Co-Founder
April 18, 2023 – Planet Price™, a leading for-influence, AI-based sustainability company that helps organizations reduce the environmental and social impact of their supply chains and operations, is proud to announce
Planet Price Welcomes Tech Veterans Mike Capps and Steve Herrmann as Co-Founders
April 12, 2023 – Planet Price (planetprice.io), a leading for-influence, AI-based sustainability company that helps organizations reduce the environmental and social impact of their supply chains and operations, is pleased to
Planet Price in the News
What’s the Real Cost of Doing Business?
Business leader, sustainable investor and founder of Planet Price, Andy Hill reflects on his journey to climate action, realising his purpose in the development of Planet Price, a climate impact tracker.
Circular economy: Breaking our ‘take-make-waste’ model
We have to do things differently, says circular economy expert and Planet Price co-founder Debbie O’Byrne. If every country used as many resources every year as NZ does, we’d need three planets; our throwaway economy is a big cause of our emissions.
New California climate law pulls in private companies
Companies not subject to the SEC’s proposed carbon reporting regime might be surprised to find the Golden State expects them to track emissions, including Scope 3.
California just forced the corporate hand on Scope 3 reporting
It’s perhaps the biggest climate news this week, despite New York Climate Week taking place on the other U.S. coast, on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly meeting.
Carbon-disclosure rules for U.S. companies are coming sooner than expected
Many big U.S. companies have been fighting in Washington to block rules requiring them to disclose their greenhouse-gas emissions. They picked the wrong fight.
If 90% of you problems came from one place, wouldn't you do something about it.
When it comes to environmental impacts, for many companies, that’s exactly the case. According to leading consultancy, McKinsey (2019), ‘more than 90% of companies’ environmental impact comes from their supply chains.
General Mills reduced its emissions more than 30% in three years. Now comes the hard part
Most of the company's greenhouse gas emissions are outside of the Golden Valley-based company's direct control.
Scope 3 data and “involuntary greenwashing”
Absence of greenwashing intent can be down to ignorance of need, but it can also be down to the complexity of the Scope 3 data collation process.
How Robust Procurement Practices Support Sustainability Objectives
Taking just a few measures can set the right foundation for a meaningful program that helps your organization meet its goals in this area
Procurement's role in developing a circular economy
Procurement has an increasingly important role to play in developing a more circular economy, according to panelists speaking at the recent Ivalua NOW 2023 conference.
What are Scope 3 Emissions and Why Disclosure is Important?
Investors were used to looking for companies to cut only their operational emissions and indirect emissions from energy purchases. But now they’re focusing on the entire business supply chain, meaning Scope 3 emissions are becoming more significant.
The challenges of Scope 3 data collection
Companies can be excused for not getting their heads around Scope 3 data collection just yet - but it's coming your way, so how do you deal with it?
Why Sustainability Must Be a Top Priority for Chief Procurement Officers
You may think that sustainability programs are all about packaging: Reduce single-use materials, redesign packages, and incorporate recyclable components. But that was 10 years ago.
The Planet Price Algorithm
The heart of Planet Price is the algorithm, which analyses procurement spend and other data to produce a single metric, expressed monetarily, to help large organisations make more sustainable procurement decisions.