The company publishes its indirect scope 3 emissions exhaustively and disaggregated
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This sub-metric is used to evaluate the metric : 1.3 Indirect GHG Emissions Scope 4
This question is linked to GRI Standard 305-3 Other gross indirect GHG emissions (Scope 3).

Scope 3 emissions refer to emissions from sources that are not owned or controlled by the company.
In the case of retailers, examples of Scope 3 emissions sources would be :

- Water consumption
- Waste management
- Business travel by road and air
- Customer travel to shops
- Diesel production consumed in road transport in logistics.
- Paper consumption in headquarters, advertising and magazines.
Methodology
The most frequent sources of Scope 3 GHG emissions in the case of supermarkets are ...":

- Fuel consumption in road and air travel for business trips
- Production of diesel consumed in road transport in logistics
- Diesel from work trips (from well to tank)
- Waste management
- Water consumption
- Paper consumption in headquarters, advertising and magazines

Answer YES if :

- The company publishes its Scope 3 emissions data as comprehensively as possible and broken down by each of the main sources of emissions. We require at least 2 source categories using the above examples as a basis.

- At least the company specifies the sources of emissions included in the computation.

This information can be found at any of the following reports published on the website of companies:

- Annual memory
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Sustainability Report
- Environmental Report
- Report on Carbon Footprint
- Non-financial information statement (EINF)