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2021-11-17T09:40:23+01:0017.noiembrie 2021|

Denkstatt Group Webinar: How to develop a science-based net zero strategy

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With its new Net Zero standard, the Science Based Targets initiative publishes a new foundation for corporate climate action. It is the first time Net Zero claims will be comparable and based on scientific requirements. This webinar will show you what potential the new standard has and how it can be implemented. Furthermore, we will present current Net Zero examples and solutions how the new standard can improve them.

What can you expect:

– What you need to know about the new Science Based Targets Initiative Net Zero Standard

– How it can be implemented – SBTi Net Zero in practice

– First steps towards your Net Zero climate strategy

When: Wed, Nov 24, 2021 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EET

You can register here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/369677113695667724

About the Speakers:

Constantin Saleta is International Service Leader for Decarbonisation at denkstatt GmbH, a consultancy specializing in environmental and sustainability topics. He studied Environmental and Bioresource Management at BOKU Vienna and International Business Administration at WU Vienna. For many years, he has been supporting companies in their transformation towards a carbon-free economy, focusing his work on topics such as climate strategies based on science-based targets, management of climate-related risks and opportunities (TCFD) and non-financial reporting (GRI, CDP, etc.).

Christian Kubis is Senior Consultant and Service Coordinator for Climate Management and Climate Strategy Development at sustainable AG in Munich. He holds a degree in Technology Management from the Technical University of Munich and in Economics from the NOVA School of Business and Economics in Lisbon. His main focus at sustainable is the accounting of corporate greenhouse gas emissions based on the Greenhouse Gas Protocol, the development and implementation of scientifically based climate strategies according to the criteria of the Science Based Targets Initiative as well as the development of emission reduction scenarios.

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