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Ab April 2023 gelten für FLAG-Unternehmen neue Richtlinien für SBTs. Hier beantworten wir die wichtigsten Fragen und richten den Fokus speziell auf entwaldungsfreie Lieferketten.
After a tumultuous year, South Pole CEO Renat Heuberger looks ahead to what challenges and opportunities 2023 holds for true climate impact.
Fertiliser use is responsible for a large amount of global emissions, but understanding fertiliser use in your value chain and making certain interventions can have a large impact.
COP27 has come to an exhausting end and the international community is mulling over what was accomplished. While many of the agreements are welcomed, what was actually achieved? South Pole’s experts unpack COP27 and what it means for corporate leaders who want to have a true climate impact.
Technological carbon removals are a complex but crucial solution for climate action. South Pole experts reflect on the challenges and opportunities in scaling these important climate technologies.
We have summarised some of the key initiatives and levers of action for apparel and textile companies that want to stay fashionable in times of change. Let’s talk about setting and achieving SBTs, supply chain action and nature-based solutions.
South Pole has developed simple principles that explain the benefits of using carbon credits, based on existing best practice and recommendations by the Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi) and the Voluntary Carbon Markets Integrity Initiative (VCMi), among many others, turning technical guidance into accessible language, with easily understandable talking points.
The calculations are clear: climate change is costly and businesses need to simultaneously protect their value chains and drive emission reductions in their operations and beyond.
COP27 will be a crucial test: will countries make good on their climate promises as they decide how to implement the Paris Agreement?
Companies in the Forest, Land use and Agriculture (FLAG) sector now have a new bar for what real ambition looks like when it comes to climate action, following the release of the SBTi’s new guidance.