Calculating your scope 3 emissions accurately and solutions to net zero

21 March 2024

4:30 – 6:00pm (GMT)

Central London & virtual



4pm: In-person arrivals

4:30-6pm: Roundtable

6-7pm: Drinks & networking

48% of organisations struggle to meet compliance requirements, according to Normative’s Carbon Accountability Report – you are not alone.

Considering that approximately 90% of an average company’s emissions originate in its value chain (Scope 3) this is where we will focus the discussion.

As such, we will cover the following:

• How to calculate scope 3 emissions

• The evolving regulatory and competitive landscape

• How to make real emissions reductions

• A peak into Harland & Wolff’s sustainability journey

Maggie Buggie



Maggie Buggie – Chief Operating Officer @ Normative | NED @ Spirent

Prior to joining Normative, Maggie led global sales, commercial, engineering, and customer success teams at SAP, Capgemini, and Fujitsu.

Maggie has extensive experience building high growth businesses that monetize intelligent technologies. She is passionate about applying technology to create opportunities and solve problems. She is in the top 50 Power Women in Data Economy.

About Normative

Normative’s carbon accounting engine draws from 30 million data points to empower businesses to accurately measure their full greenhouse gas emissions.

Natasha Brown


Natasha Brown – Group Procurement Director @ HARLAND & WOLFF

I am the Group Procurement Director at Harland & Wolff, an offshore and maritime engineering company.

I am keen to work with our supply chain to understand the whole lifecycle cost of goods and services – including carbon and to work with our suppliers to understand best practice and how we can reduce our collective carbon footprint. My experience to date has included public and private sector. I have worked at UCL, Johnson Matthey PLC, Cabinet Office, BAE Systems PLC, Heathrow Airport Limited, Fujitsu Services and Siemens Enterprise Communications. I have an LLB Honours from Kings’ College London and postgraduate diploma in Legal Practice.

About Harland & Wolff

Building on around 160 years of marine manufacturing experience, Harland & Wolff offers a unique combination of vast facilities and technical capability. From initial consultancy through detailed engineering, fabrication and through-life support, Harland & Wolff is perfectly positioned to support the needs of the offshore and maritime industries.

This meeting is open to Innovation Partnership members and partners. If you are a board member / C-suite / senior leader and wish to apply to join please email