The importance of data in achieving net-zero & science-based targets
Greenstone is holding a webinar on 'The importance of data in achieving net-zero & science-based targets' on Tuesday 15 June at 4pm BST.
With a notable surge in the setting of net-zero and science-based targets, comes a new set of challenges around data. Accessing and reporting accurate data to support and track progress against these ambitious climate targets is becoming an increasing challenge for most companies.
In this webinar, Greenstone aims to tackle the importance of data when tracking and reporting progress against targets. As well as trying to demystify the differences between different target types, this webinar will cover the growing emphasis on scope 3 emissions reporting and provide some tips on how to ensure you have a robust data management strategy in place.
This 30-minute webinar will cover:
- The difference between 'science-based' and ‘net-zero’ targets
- The data requirements for tracking and reporting against targets
- The importance of scope 3 GHG emissions
- The key challenges of data management in relation to targets
- How to start monitoring and reporting progress effectively
- The role software plays in the target management process
Unable to join us on the day? We will record this webinar. If you are unable to attend live, please register and we will send you a link to the recording after the webinar.
As a CDP Gold Accredited Software Partner, and an active supporter of the SBTi, Greenstone encourages the adoption of science-based and net-zero targets. Greenstone’s award-winning sustainability software solution has an advanced Targets functionality within the Environment module. Aligned with the requirements of SBTi, organisations can set and track performance against flexible and long-term environmental consumption and GHG emissions reduction targets.