Sustainability and Integrated Reporting of Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions, Geneva
18 November 2015
½ day Seminar on how to close the GHG emissions gap using Carbon pricing and Science based targets
Contact number: +41 22 366 2421
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HEG Genève - Campus de Battelle
Bâtiment F, Route de Drize 7
This ½ day seminar will provide corporate sustainability and finance leaders with a strategic assessment of GHG emissions integrated reporting within the context of Carbon pricing and Science based targets
Using briefings and company testimonials the seminar will go through:
- Global 500 and Global 50 GHG 2010 to 2014 carbon pricing and emissions performance ver-sus Science based targets (Thomson Reuters / BSD)
- Science Based Targets initiative from CDP, UNGC, WRI, and WWF
- Carbon pricing leadership initiative from Caring for Climate, UNEP, UNGC and WRI
The ½ day seminar will enable participants to answer the following questions:
- What has recent GHG performance been for Global 500? Versus science based targets
- How does carbon pricing help integrate reporting? Achieve Science based targets?
- What do the Science Based Targets and Carbon pricing leadership initiatives consist in?
The format consists of input presentations, discussions and exercises.
The workshop is run by John Moorhead co-author of the Global 500 Thomson Reuters BSD series on GHG emissions and Dr. Cornis van der Lugt, his co-presenter, who has recognized expertise on integrated reporting in his native South Africa, who will provide additional insights.
Please contact John Moorhead, firstname.lastname@example.org, for further details and registration.
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