What is your company’s climate strategy and what does your climate accounting look like?
Seminar about climate accounting and the use of the GHG protocol.
Climate is increasingly on the political agenda, and more companies choose to work strategically on reducing their greenhouse gas emissions and setting ambitious climate targets. But what does this entail in practice, and how do you as a company map your emissions?
Whether you company has worked with climate in a structured way for many years, or you are just getting started, this seminar will give you inspiration and tools.
In this morning meeting, EY focuses on climate accounting and the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) protocol as the overall best-practice way of working with measuring CO2. Join us and learn about the Pandora’s and Ørsted’s experiences in climate accounting and setting climate targets. At the seminar you will also get ideas for specific tools to use for driving this going forward in your company.
|08.30-09.00||Registration, coffee and networking|
|09.00-09.10||Welcome and introduction by Jan C Olsen, Partner, Head of Assurance Denmark, EY|
|09.10-09.30||Introduction to climate accounting and the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) protocol by Carina Ohm, Associate Partner and Rune Jørgensen, Manager, Climate Change and Sustainability Services, EY|
|09.30-09.55||How do you get started on climate accounting? By Gareth Scheerder, Environment and Climate Specialist, Pandora|
|09.55-10.25||How do you take your climate accounting to the next level? The experiences of Ørsted in mapping scope 3 emissions. By Niels Strange Peulicke- Andersen, Head of ESG Accounting, Ørsted |
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