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Climate Leaders Forum, Singapore 2022

Climate Leaders Forum, Singapore 2022

Thursday October 6th, 2022 2:00 - 5:30pm SGT

South Pole and GenZero are delighted to be co-hosting our first ever Climate Leaders Forum in Singapore on 6th October 2022.

This event will bring together some of Singapore's leading climate experts and sustainability professionals for collaboration and knowledge-sharing to help amplify and scale corporate climate action. Hear from our South Pole experts on various climate action trends and opportunities, and participate in small working groups to gather valuable inspiration and insights for your organisations' climate journey. We finish off with a lively networking session over food and drinks for further learning and connection.

When: Thursday October 6th, 2022 2:00 - 5:30pm SGT

Where: Raffles Singapore 1 Beach Rd, Singapore 189673

Hear from our industry leaders on shaping climate action across Asia

Hear from

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Renat Heuberger

CEO, South Pole
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Frederick Teo

CEO, GenZero
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Mireia Vilaplana

Director, Climate Policy, Finance & Carbon Markets, South Pole

Developing a net zero roadmap

Companies are facing increasing pressure to commit to net zero and while many have set a target, the pathway to get there is unclear. While most targets are set for 2040 or 2050, there is no time to waste - organisations need to achieve meaningful decarbonisation from today. This requires developing a detailed net zero roadmap, with timelines and costs of emission reduction interventions, with accountability and near-term milestones built in.

In this session, we will discuss the following topics with South Pole experts and your fellow sustainability professionals:

  • Why greenhouse gas footprinting is a critical first step
  • Key elements of a credible net zero roadmap
  • Identifying and planning impactful interventions
  • Best practice for engaging internal stakeholders
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Shruti Singh

Regional Director Climate Strategies, South Pole

Measuring scope 3 and embedding shared responsibility in decarbonising value chains

For companies on a net zero journey, understanding scope 3 emissions in the value chain can be challenging. But it can also be the most impactful in terms of achieving emission reductions and therefore must be included in targets and plans. From identifying suppliers and establishing data collection processes for upstream emissions to calculating and reporting downstream emissions from use and end-of-life of products, it's a complex undertaking. Establishing a culture of shared responsibility and shared value can take supplier engagement from a challenge to an opportunity for leadership.

In this session, we will discuss the following topics with South Pole experts and your fellow sustainability professionals:

  • Considerations for measuring scope 3 footprint
  • Engaging upstream and downstream stakeholders through capacity-building and education
  • Activities and incentives to build strong partnerships
  • Benefits of authentic value chain engagement
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Izzat Hamzah

Senior Business Development Manager

Challenges and solutions for decarbonising agricultural value chains

Companies with or in agricultural value chains have unique decarbonisation challenges and opportunities. The development of new and emerging mechanisms such as the Forest Land and Agriculture (FLAG) targets and the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Land Sector and Removals Guidance will also have a significant impact on what a net zero roadmap may look like for businesses in land-intensive sectors. Companies in the agricultural value chains are increasingly pressured in terms of keeping up with all the new requirements with enhanced traceability in their supply chains and monitoring, reporting, and verification systems.

In this session, we will discuss the following topics with South Pole experts and your fellow sustainability professionals:

  • Net zero considerations for the agricultural sector
  • Current and emerging standards and mechanisms for the sector
  • Identifying and planning impactful interventions
  • Strategies for value chain engagement
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Wan Yee Lam

Senior Managing Consultant - Climate Strategies, South Pole

Net zero aligned offsetting/role of offsets in the transition to net zero

While organisations need to be taking meaningful action to decarbonise, investing in high-quality carbon projects is an important way to take immediate action and achieve climate neutrality today. Purchasing carbon credits also puts an internal price on carbon which can be a powerful incentive for reducing emissions on the way to net zero. With so many options for financing climate action and increasing scrutiny on organisation's offsetting activities, it's crucial to get this part of the journey right. Building a strong carbon credits portfolio today can set you on the right path towards net zero and create opportunities to show leadership and innovation.

In this session, we will discuss the following topics with South Pole experts and your fellow sustainability professionals:

  • Beyond value chain mitigation and net zero aligned offsetting
  • Credible offsetting nd climate neutrality claims
  • Nature-based avoidance and removal solutions
  • Emerging options such as technological carbon removals
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Danielle de la Cour

Carbon Portfolio Offering Manager, South Pole

Places are limited. If you are interested, kindly contact us at events@southpole.com or fill up your details in the contact form below.

Watch the video below to get an insight into our Climate Leaders Forum in London in March this year.