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What is Net Zero? How is it different from Climate Positive or Carbon Negative? Does Climate Neutrality still matter? Read on to get answers and direction on some of the big questions that many companies are asking today.
Together with Mintbase and the NEAR Foundation, South Pole is launching a green NFT auction. Proceeds will be split 50/50 between the artists and our climate action projects.
Im Expert Talk des Climate Chatter Podcasts trifft sich Sustainability Advisor Julia Hunziker mit Michael Weber, der bei South Pole das Climate Neutrality Team leitet. Gemeinsam besprechen sie die aktuellsten Trends und Entwicklungen auf dem Carbon Credits Markt, der sich gerade in den vergangenen Monaten sehr stark verändert hat. So hält Michael Weber gleich zu Beginn fest:
In the past 48 hours, the fossil fuel industry has been rocked by exciting developments in Europe, Australia and the United States that will have major ramifications for the sector. It is clear that stakeholders - including shareholders who are traditionally risk averse and not particularly pro-environment - are increasingly seeing the writing on the wall and recognising that fossil fuel companies need to accept climate change as a definitive business risk to have a profitable future.
Moneycab.com: Herr Heuberger, der Impact Investor Lightrock, hinter dem die liechtensteinische LGT und das Fürstenhaus von und zu Liechtenstein steht, übernimmt eine 10%-Beteiligung an South Pole. Wie kam es zum Engagement von Lightrock?
South Pole welcomes Nathan Gilbert of B Lab and discusses emerging trends in the world of corporate sustainability and profit for purpose.
Despite bucking the global deforestation trend, Europe’s last remaining old-growth forests are hotspots. They need to be protected and restored. But forest restoration is about more than planting some trees: doing it correctly means prioritising a natural, and holistic approach that is grounded in science.
What is competitive sustainability? Put simply, it is a company’s ability to compete and succeed relative to peers as part of its transition to a sustainable economy. Achieving net-zero emissions is at the heart of it, a goal which requires a competitive emission reduction pathway.
At South Pole, we see a growing number of bold commitments to drive climate change through the supply chain. Where scope 1 and 2 were once the primary focus to reduce emissions, it's becoming clear that we will not be able to achieve the reductions we need unless organisations push hard to drive change throughout their value chains as well.
CCUS is an essential tool to meet climate goals, but the complex systems surrounding it require strong collaboration across sectors to reach its potential.