The steelmaker’s guide to tackling upstream Scope 3 emissions
Find out how some of the top steel companies are tackling Scope 3 emissions in nine fact-filled sections
In this guide, you will learn more about why steelmakers are concerned about Scope 3 emissions and what some of the top steel companies are doing to tackle them in nine fact-filled sections.
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- What are Scope 3 emissions?
- Electric-arc furnace (EAF) steel production and the US advantage
- The impact of new technology and regulatory frameworks on Scope 3 emissions
- How some of the top steel companies are approaching raw materials, renewable energy and carbon capture to lower Scope 3 emissions
- The road ahead for steel companies and consumers of steel products, including a long-term outlook of the steel market
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