Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees has overall responsibility for the governance of the SBTi.
The Trustees are:
- Francesco Starace, Chair
- Iván Duque
- Ester Baiget
- Lila Karbassi
- Nicolette Bartlett
- María Mendiluce
- Manuel Pulgar Vidal
- Ani Dasgupta
Executive Leadership Team
The Executive Leadership Team make the day-to-day decisions and are responsible for designing and overseeing implementation of the initiative’s overall strategy and providing technical guidance and quality control.
The SBTi is in the process of introducing a Technical Council.
The Technical Council oversees the SBTi’s normative technical decision-making and acts as an independent authority to provide expert assessment, including on target setting methods. It is accountable to the Board of Trustees and comprises highly qualified individuals from diverse backgrounds and areas of expertise including greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting, climate mitigation, climate science and modeling, as well as social and environmental justice.
External Advisory Bodies
Technical Advisory Group (TAG)
This is a group of volunteer advisors from business, academia, government, non-profit and multilateral organizations. All members have in-depth knowledge about science-based target setting or expertise in voluntary emission reduction target setting in a corporate context. The group serves in a technical advisory capacity. Meet the Technical Advisory Group.
The SBTi is undertaking a process of strengthening its governance to ensure we can hold the growing number of companies and financial institutions with commitments and targets to the highest level of climate ambition. As part of this, we are reforming and expanding the Technical Advisory Group (TAG).
Scientific Advisory Group (SAG)
This is a group of volunteer experts in climate change mitigation. They provide support developing benchmarks that enable companies to set medium and long-term emissions reduction targets, and credible net-zero target models that incorporate carbon removal and nature-based solutions. Meet the Scientific Advisory Group.