Devon Lake, Head of Net Zero Strategy - Meta
Gold Standard at GreenBiz 23
GreenBIz 23 - The Premier Annual Event for Sustainable Business Leaders
Feb 14 - 16, 2023
Scottsdale, Arizona, USA
Dan Magrath, Corporate Responsibility Manager at Gold Standard will be participating in the following sessions, speaking on the topics of Scope 3 Emission Guidance and Carbon Credit MRV.
Sponsored: Ensuring Scope 3 Investments Count: Developing New Accounting and Claims Guidance
9:00 am - 10:00 am (MST/ UTC−7)
Mitigation of a company’s indirect, or Scope 3, emissions represents the largest abatement opportunity for the thousands of companies with ambitious climate goals. The recent rise in efforts to set and achieve Scope 3 reduction targets highlights a pressing need for clear guidance on how to accurately and credibly account for, report and claim reductions from mitigation efforts not currently captured by a company’s GHG inventory. The lack of such guidance is holding back billions of investment in the world’s hardest-to-abate sectors. In this session, the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions, Gold Standard, and Neoteric Energy and Climate will unveil a major new initiative that brings together climate accounting and reporting experts from civil society and the private sector to develop the guidance and tools companies need to invest in and claim the results from advanced climate solutions.
This session is sponsored by Meta. Sponsored breakouts are sponsor-created and hosted sessions, created independently by the sponsor without input from GreenBiz. Please note that attendee contact information will be shared with the sponsoring company.
Verena Radulovic, Vice President for Business Engagement - Center for Climate and Energy Solutions
Kim Carnahan, CEO - Neoteric Energy & Climate
Dan Magrath, Corporate Responsibility Manager - Gold Standard
Jay Watson, Senior Manager, Global Impact Initiatives - General Mills
Carbon Credit Measurement, Reporting and Verification
To deliver the high-quality carbon credits that today's stakeholders demand, carbon markets need accurate measurement. To accomplish this they must embrace technologies that provide digital project documentation, accelerated project verification and transparent, centralized retirement tracking. What digital advancements are underway to deliver project documentation, accelerated project verification and transparent, centralized retirement tracking?
Van Butsic, Principal Scientists - Carbon Direct
Carlos Silva, Remote Sensing Scientist - Pachama
Dan Magrath, Corporate Responsibility Manager, Gold Standard
Jesse Klein, Senior Editor- GreenBiz Group
For more information and the detailed full ageneda of the event please visit the event's online site