Webinar: Science Based Targets (SBTs), how do companies respond?

Date: 27 July 2016
Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Europe/London
Location: Online

Please join Cynthia Cummis (WRI ÛÒ World Resources Institute), Dr. Andreas Horn (BASF), Galya Tsonkova (Coca Cola HBC) and Wolfgang Berger (DFGE – Institute for Energy, Ecology and Economy) for a webinar exploring current trends on how companies are working with the SBTs, an innovative approach to corporate greenhouse gas (GHG) target setting. Frank Werner of the World Environment Center will moderate the session.

Science Based Targets is a joint initiative by CDP, the UN Global Compact (UNGC), the World Resources Institute (WRI) and WWF that raises the ambition of corporate mitigation efforts to ensure that greenhouse gas reduction targets are set at a rate consistent with the pace recommended by climate scientists to limit the worst impacts of climate change. The initiative is supporting companies to set targets that will indeed reduce global temperature raise to less than 2å¡C, by providing specifically developed requirements for each industry and by helping to share innovative approaches.

Find out in this webinar

-to what extent Science Based Targets are becoming important

-how companies find value in committing to Science Based Targets

-how companies are already responding to Science Based Targets and implementing them in practice

-how companies align the Science Based Targets with their business strategies goal-setting process

Professionals from business, government, NGOs and academia focused on corporate affairs, strategy development and goal-setting process will find this webinar of particular interest, as well as experts in corporate responsibility/sustainability and EHS.