If your organisation is keen to set science-based targets and looking for guidance on the subject, please join us on Thursday 26th March for a focused webinar session on 'What does science-based target setting mean for Southern African companies?'.
Delivered by our experts and drawing on experience of client projects, this webinar will cover the following topics:
- What are science-based targets and why are they important?
- The business benefits of measuring carbon emissions and target-setting
- Challenges and opportunities specific to companies in Southern Africa
- An overview of the sectoral decarbonisation approach methodology
- Insights from client case studies
We are delighted that expert Rebekah Hughes-Khan, Project Officer in the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) through WWF South Africa, will be joining the webinar as a guest speaker to discuss the business case for setting a science-based target and recent updates from the SBTi.
Who is this for?
This webinar will be invaluable for anyone building the business case internally for science-based target setting. We want to equip you with all the information necessary to get the conversation started, and will discuss the challenges and opportunities specific to companies in Southern Africa. Having both served on the Technical Advisory Group for the Science Based Targets initiative and advised clients on individual projects, we are well positioned to do this.
Who is the Carbon Trust?
The Carbon Trust is an independent, expert partner of leading organisations around the world, helping them contribute to and benefit from a more sustainable future. Our mission is to accelerate the move to a low carbon economy and we are passionate about bringing as many organisations along this route with us.
If you feel this webinar would be beneficial for yourself of a colleague to attend, then please do take a moment to register here.
Please note this event is for Carbon Trust clients and stakeholders only. We reserve the right to decline any unsuitable registrations to ensure an appropriate audience.