Date: 1st December
Time: 5:00pm - 6:00pm CET (Zurich)
Note: This session will be twice, once during a time favourable for people in Europe and another session for people in the Americas. Register below for the Americas session or register here for the Europe session.
Join the 3R Initiative, Quantis, EA and South Pole for an hour-long conversation on how you can prepare to hit the ground running upon the release of new plastic footprinting and waste reduction guidelines early next year.
The Guidelines for Leadership in Corporate Plastic Accounting set out a vision for corporations to assess their plastic footprint and level of circularity, and identify mitigation actions within their value chain that will allow them to make credible, consistent and transparent plastic waste leadership claims.
We'll introduce you to the three key pillars of the Guidelines and explain the benefits of creating a plastic stewardship strategy that aligns with them. The session will conclude with a 20-minute Q&A so you can ask the experts any questions you may have.
(Verra, Director Standards Development, US)
Julianne is Director of Standards Development at international standard-setter Verra. In this role, she is responsible for facilitating the development of new standards frameworks and the evolution of existing Verra frameworks. Julie's work currently focuses on adding value to plastic waste through Verra's leadership, together with BVRio, of the 3R Initiative.
(Quantis, Senior Sustainability consultant, Lausanne)
Passionate about understanding the numbers behind sustainability, Anna spent more than 10 years supporting organizations who desire to embed sustainability in their strategy. Anna is a senior sustainability consultant at Quantis, working with the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) community in Europe. Anna has been closely involved in the development of the Guidelines, especially on the framework for plastic footprint accounting.
(South Pole, Co-Founder & Director Innovation, Zurich)
Patrick Bürgi is a sustainability entrepreneur and expert with over 18 years of experience in carbon markets, climate policy, corporate sustainability and impact investing. He is a co-founder of both the myclimate Foundation in 2002 and South Pole in 2006. Patrick sits in the steering committee of the 3R Initiative and has been closely involved in the development of the Guidelines and the crediting methodologies of the Plastic Waste Reduction Standard.