Webinar: Public Consultation for the Forest, Land and Agriculture Science Based Target Setting Guidance
Join us on January 18 to learn more about the SBTi FLAG Guidance development process, address key questions, and find out how to get involved.
Nearly 25% of global annual greenhouse gas emissions come from agriculture, forestry and other land use. Moreover, agricultural production is expected to double by 2050, to meet the demand of the world’s growing population.
Companies in land-intensive sectors have a critical role to play in climate change mitigation.
The SBTi is developing specific agriculture, forestry and other land-use mitigation pathways, for companies within the food, agriculture and forest sectors to set science-based targets that include land-related emissions and removals.
Join us on January 18 to learn more about the SBTi FLAG Guidance development process, address key questions, and open a month-long public consultation period, so that you can contribute your valuable input.