By now, most businesses understand that they should reduce their carbon emissions to play their part in fighting climate change and keeping the planet livable for future generations.
Reducing carbon emissions begins with measuring them – because after all, what gets measured gets managed.
But even businesses with the best of climate intentions can accidentally find themselves engaging in greenwashing after they measure their carbon emissions with less-than-comprehensive methods, and therefore only see a fraction of their total carbon footprint
In this webinar, we will talk you through the basics of carbon emission accounting, with a focus on highlighting some common emission hotspots and how to avoid the greenwashing trap of unintentionally making inaccurate or false emission claims.
- What is carbon emission accounting and how does it work?
- What are the important factors to consider?
- What is greenwashing when it comes to carbon emission accounting?
Our experts will answer these questions, and more!
Avoiding the greenwash traps, Kristian Rönn, CEO and co-founder of Normative
Looking into carbon emission accounting, Eline Waijon, Head of Climate Strategy at Normative
Panel discussion; carbon emission accounting in the supply chain, Kristian Rönn, Eline Wajon and Trine Pondal, Head of Sustainability and Social Responsibility at Flying Tiger Copenhagen
Moderated by Cassandra Julin, Head of Global PR at Normative
Register here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Qz7p9zUgqcXRu9oz3cAdOxU77aqxK9EaA5-8ZRhfO7w/edit
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