Client: PAC Worldwide
Case Study: Peak is working with PAC Worldwide on a Scope 3 GHG emissions inventory and helping them to achieve their net zero emissions target. To achieve this ambitious goal, our team defined a carbon accounting process by identifying relevant sources of supply chain emissions. We are creating a systems map of PAC’s supply chain, conducting an analysis using their Scope 3 emissions data, and compiling the results into a third-party report. Additionally, our team is facilitating a series of meetings with key PAC stakeholders and reviewing the company’s Scopes 1, 2, and 3 emissions data to identify recommendations for PAC to achieve its net zero emissions target.
Peak has worked with PAC – a major packaging company – by providing continued sustainability advisory services as the company journeys deeper into sustainability since it first retained our services in 2019.
Impact: There are several reasons PAC is setting a net zero target and committing to a Scope 3 GHG emissions inventory. With a worldwide market, PAC is contending with regulations from the EU and other European countries, responding to consumer and client demand for recyclable or compostable packaging, as well as embracing the strong business case for setting audacious carbon footprint reduction goals. Their Sustainability Report shows the progress they have made in their mission to protect the things people care about. This project demonstrates PAC’s commitment and the benefits to their triple bottom line:
- Showing a long-term commitment to reduce emissions and environmental impact;
- Improving business brand value, reputation, and expansion;
- Meeting consumer demand for low-carbon products and reduced plastic production;
- Ensuring a sustainable supply chain where purchasing decisions are made;
- Reducing operational costs for raw materials and waste reduction; and
- Satisfying the demands of stakeholders, clients, and funders.