Defining a Global Net-Zero Standard: Public Consultation on the SBTi Net-Zero Criteria (for time-zones in Europe, Africa, and Asia)
We've all heard of it: the aim of becoming "net-zero". Companies around the world are setting net-zero targets, yet there currently isn't a global standard to distinguish what truly constitutes a science-based net-zero target.
This is about to change. The SBTi is hard at work developing the first-ever global standard for net-zero criteria, and we want your input on this important development.
Join us on Thursday, January 28 to learn about the SBTi's work to develop a net-zero standard. This webinar will offer an overview of the SBTi Net-Zero Standard Criteria development process, address key questions, and present next steps. A Q&A session will be available at the end of the webinar. On the same day, a month-long public consultancy period will open so that you can contribute your valuable input.
– Elena Stecca; Global Manager, Commit to Action; CDP
– Alberto Carrillo Pineda; Director Science Based Targets; CDP
– Alexander Farsan; Global Lead, Science Based Targets; WWF
– Nate Aden; Senior Associate; WRI
This webinar is offered twice in order to accommodate differences in time zones. This event page is intended for participants in time-zones in Europe, Africa, and Asia; the webinar is at 9 am GMT- 10 am GMT. To register for the webinar intended for participants in the Americas, visit this page.