Join SustainCERT and Barry Callebaut, the world’s leading chocolate manufacturer, to learn more about why Barry Callebaut has adopted using impact units to verify and report on value chain impacts and credibly demonstrate progress towards their scope 3 targets.

What are they?  How do they work?  What role do they play in credible climate action? 

Scope 3 emissions account on average for 75% of a company’s carbon footprint and play an essential role in taking climate action and meeting any net zero targets. The lack of clear guidance, the varying complexities of supply chains, and the challenge of collecting on-the-ground data are just some of the issues preventing corporates to tackle value chain decarbonization at scale. 

SustainCERT has developed an innovative solution that allows companies in the Food and Agriculture and Apparel and Textile sectors to credibly report on their value chain decarbonization efforts. For the first time, it also enables companies to verify, track, and (co)claim impact, fostering collaboration and co-investment across partners in the value chain. 

Join our webinar to learn more about how SustainCERT has supported Barry Callebaut in their journey to scope 3 decarbonization, what impact units are and their role in climate action, and to hear more about our client Barry Callebaut's first-hand experience on how and why they have issued their first impact units for their cacao project.



Elena Saputo, Head of Value Chain Product, SustainCERT  
Tilmann Silber, Global Lead Thriving Nature at Barry Callebaut