According to the recent Supply Chain report from the Carbon Disclosure Project, 70% of organizations identified a climate change related risk as threat to their business and revenue.
Such a risk comes from the tendency of supply chains become more global and therefore more exposed to natural extremes linked to climate change. Such changes are responsible for disruptions in production capacity, increments of operational costs and reductions of demands for goods and services. On the other hand, supply chains account for more than 50% of the greenhouse emissions generated by manufacturing companies. Therefore a vicious loop seems to exist and organizations are trying to break it.