This program will showcase how companies can work to reduce climate impact up and down their value chains, reporting in alignment with the GHG Protocol and with recognition toward their Science Based Targets. It will feature case studies from large food and beverage companies with a focus on nature-based solutions, highlighting their challenges and solutions for credible impact quantification and reporting.
Hosted with SustainCERT and featuring WWF, CDP and corporate partners including Mars and Danone.
Speakers: Margaret Kim, CEO, Gold Standard; Tim Juliani - Director, US Corporate Climate Engagement, WWF; Alberto Carrillo, Director of Science Based Targets and Renewable Energy, CDP; Owen Hewlett, Chief Technical Officer, Gold Standard; Ashley Allen, Climate & Land Senior Manager, Mars; and Eric Soubeiran, Global Nature & Climate Senior Director, Danone
Key questions the session will address:
- Why is reducing Scope 3 emissions so important?
- How do you design a value chain project for highest impact? Topics include target and boundary setting, methodology selection and application.
- What are the key challenges and solutions in implementation? How to take advantage of collective action and supplier engagement and training.
- How can you credibly account for reductions from these interventions? The discussion explores both upstream and downstream, and with specifics of carbon removals from soil sequestration.
Facilitated discussions will highlight experience from working group members that include Coop, General Mills, Bayer, Kelloggs, Mondelez, Adisseo, Hershey's, and more.
Space is limited. Please send an email request to Sarah Leugers at Sarah.firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to attend this event.
This event is part of the Industry Transition program of Climate Week NYC.