Date: Thursday, 9th December 11:00 - 12:00 (CET)
Location: Online (Webinar)
Companies can expect increasing pressure from financial institutions to understand how climate risks and opportunities are being managed internally.
As part of this, financial institutions want to engage with companies that have ambitious GHG emission reduction targets. This involves calculating, setting ambitions and monitoring climate impact.
The Science-Based Targets Initiative contributes to ambitious climate action in the private sector by enabling companies to set science-based emissions reduction targets.
The objective of this webinar is to decode the updates and new criteria of the SBT - 1.5° and Net Zero guidance, as well as to raise awareness of the growing interest of stakeholders, particularly financial institutions.
Together with our partner CO2logic and in collaboration with CDP, we will cover :
There will be time for a Q&A session at the end of the webinar.
Kenza Taoufic, European Regional Lead for CDP's Commit to Action Program
European Regional Lead for CDP's Commit to Action Program. Kenza works with European companies, engaging and supporting them to commit to and develop science-based emissions reduction targets through the Science Based Targets initiative.
During the event, Kenza will cover a general introduction, new launches, steps from submitting to committing, brief general introduction to the Net Zero Standard (to be confirmed), streamline route to SMEs
Eric Dierckx, Project Director & Partner, CO2logic
Eric has extensive experience in the implementation of sustainable development strategies.
As Head of the sustainable finance team, during the event, he will give an insightful introduction on the growing importance of the Science Based Targets in the Financial Sector.
And speakers from European financial institutions:
Viviana Occhionorelli, ESG Director, Astorg Partners
Florent Istace, Head of Strategic Transformation, Wealth, Enterprises & Public , Belfius
Register for this event now.