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Carbon Target – Set It Like You Mean It

Date: September 26, 2019
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Carbon Target – Set It Like You Mean It
Carbon targets are no longer a nice to have. They are a license to operate! Carbon targets increase resilience and deliver tangible business value: 79% of companies setting targets report it has boosted their brand reputation, 63% say it’s driven innovation and 52% state investor confidence has been boosted.

WWF-New Zealand and thinkstep ANZ invite you to a hands-on workshop which will explore through local case studies, a panel discussion and an interactive session the following topics:

  • Business drivers and investor requirements around carbon targets
  • Practical approaches to setting an ambitious target
  • Scope 3 challenges and opportunities
  • Absolute versus intensity based targets
  • Approaches that are available for setting a science-based target
  • Alternatives to setting a formally approved science-based target

Participants will have the opportunity to share their experience and learn directly from technical and industry experts. Through a practical exercise, companies will identify barriers to setting meaningful carbon reduction targets, the adoption of a science-based target, as well as levers and tactics to overcome these barriers.

Auckland: Thursday, September 26, 3pm to 5.30pm, followed by networking drinks

Venue: Auckland CBD TBA

  • Courtney Sympson, Group Manager Sustainability, Skycity
  • Martin Fryer, Sustainability Manager, Mercury Energy
  • David Tong, Climate Change Programme Manager, WWF-New Zealand
  • Barbara Nebel, CEO, thinkstep

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