The signing ceremony of the Paris Agreement on April 22 shows that the world is demanding aggressive action on climate change mitigation. Companies are facing pressure from customers, governments, investors, and other stakeholders to find climate change solutions. Your company can anticipate and respond to these pressures by developing a climate action plan. This will help you identify opportunities like improving supply chain efficiency and reducing fuel costs, distinguish your corporate brand from competitors, and even help reach new customers. 

Join us for a complimentary webinar series where Tobias Schultz, Manager of Corporate Sustainability Services at SCS Global Services, will go in-depth into how to develop a great climate action plan for your company, step by step.

Session 1:  Building the Foundation of an Effective Climate Action Plan
May 4th @ 10 am PST (60 minutes) 

Effective climate change mitigation requires a climate action plan built on four key elements: (1) measuring your company's carbon footprint; (2) setting policies and targets for reduction; (3) implementing reductions; and (4) becoming carbon neutral. This session is an overview of all four elements, focusing specifically on the first step, measuring a corporate carbon footprint, the foundation of an effective climate action plan.

Session 2:  Measuring and Managing Scope 3 Emissions
May 11 @ 10 am PST (60 minutes)  

This session will walk through why an effective climate action plan includes measurement and management of Scope 3 emissions. While there are tools available, many of them are expensive and can be inaccurate. During this webinar, we will walk you through how to measure your company's Scope 3 carbon footprint using openLCA, a powerful and cost-effective tool.

Session 3:  How to Become Carbon Neutral
May 18th @ 10 am PST (60 minutes)  

Becoming carbon neutral will help distinguish your company in the marketplace. To get there, it is important to consider it in early in your climate action plan. This session reviews the processes (and costs) of becoming carbon neutral, as well as how to obtain third-party verification against existing standards.

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Kim Vincent
Sales Executive

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