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Over the past two weeks, Egypt hosted the 27th UN Conference of the Parties on Climate Change (COP27). There has been a lot of discussion around it, but what are the key takeaways for businesses? In this article we consolidate the most relevant events for businesses.
Greenstone has recently become a Tech Zero signatory. Tech Zero is a partner of the UNFCCC ‘Race to Zero’ for tech companies committed to making faster progress towards net zero.
The SBTi recently launched the Net-Zero Standard, the world's first framework for corporate net-zero target formulation based on climate research, which has also introduced two new ways of articulating science-based targets: near-term and long-term. This blog highlights what these new phrases represent and how they connect to more traditional science-based aims.
The Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi) has announced the launch of the first science-based framework for companies to set net-zero targets - the Net-Zero Standard. The purpose of this new Standard will be to emphasise the importance of decarbonisation in corporate net-zero strategies.
This webinar discusses 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 blog discusses the difference between the terms ‘GHG’ and ‘carbon’ emissions and their connection to climate change. We also touch on the impact of COVID-19 on emissions and how the right sustainability software can enable organisations track and report on their climate targets.
The United Nations' COP26 event is a worldwide meeting where heads of state and climate scientists will gather to agree on joint steps to combat climate change. In this blog, Greenstone will focus on the role of businesses and how they can actively act upon the goals set by COP26.
In this report, the SBTi highlights that there are just 10 years left to halve global emissions (in-line with the Paris Agreement) and the critical role businesses have to play in driving government ambition and reducing emissions to avoid irreversible and catastrophic climate change.
Greenstone’s 2030 science-based emissions reduction target has been approved, as consistent with levels required to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement, by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).
To help you understand key terms and definitions related to science-based and net-zero targets, the team at Greenstone has prepared some answers to some of the most frequently asked questions:
The Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) has issued its guidance on the first science-based global standard for corporate net-zero target setting. This paper is the first step to setting a global standard, that can help to ensure that corporate net-zero carbon targets are aligned with climate science.