Fairly contributing to Global Net Zero webinar

For global climate mitigation goals to be achieved, it is essential that business practices shift towards making a fair contribution to global net zero efforts.



Article 6 Webinar Series 2023

This web page contains the webinars of 2023. To view the recorded Article 6 webinars from 2022, click the button below. 


Adaptation Requirements Webinar

This informative webinar is an opportunity to discover Gold Standard’s new Adaptation Requirements, which have recently been published for public consultation. Our Head of Sustainable Finance, Felicity Spors explaining the reasoning for Gold Standard moving into this space and giving an introduction to the pilot projects that have already taken place, followed by our Senior Technical Director, Abhishek Goyal, who will give an overview of adaptation project design.


EDB Carbon Markets Workshop for Southeast Asian Businesses

Southeast Asian (SEA) companies are picking up their efforts in sustainability and starting to explore carbon markets. This webinar aims to increase awareness for SEA companies on carbon markets, how they can participate and potential partners they can work with.

Standards to meet when developing projects

16.10 – 16.40 SGT | 10 :10 – 10 :40 CEST

Hugh Salway, Head of Markets will be participating on a session focused on standards, touching on the following topics:


Webinar: How can renewable and low-carbon hydrogen projects benefit from carbon markets?

An informative webinar from the new Hydrogen for NetZero Initiative, discussing today's challenges of renewable and low carbon hydrogen projects, how carbon markets can accelerate the hydrogen transformation, and how the new Hydrogen for NetZero Initiative will contribute to market development, followed by a Q&A session.



Valuing low carbon commodities

This guidance informs ISEAL members and their stakeholders on how to build systems to quantify, attribute and allocate GHG emission data  to certified commodities processes – both energy and land use – in line with the GHG Protocol. Adoption of this approach will allow corporate purchasers to count their purchase of lower-carbon goods toward their climate commitments, including Science Based Targets. In turn, producers can seek potential premiums and preferential procurement and mitigate the risk of losing demand due to pressure for climate performance data.


Article 6 Webinar Series 2022

Provisional list of proposed topics and timings for the Article 6 Webinar Series


Additionality in the context of NDCs

Over the two decades that the Voluntary Carbon Market (VCM) has operated, national policies have started to mandate climate action in many geographies and areas of the economy. Is the scale of national and sub-national climate policy in today’s Paris Agreement era changing how the leading offsetting standards understand additionality? There is a gap between the NDCs of countries and the actual policies national governments have in place, how do the standards handle this when it comes to assessing additionality?


How should companies finance climate action outside their value chains?

In this webinar we will hear from organizations and companies deeply involved in this issue, They will share their perspectives and discuss the following questions:

How could companies contribute to external climate projects (also called beyond value chain mitigation)? Options include (but are not limited to) setting an internal carbon tax used to support projects, setting aside a share of profits or revenue, or compensating their emissions with carbon credits.


SDG Impact Tool + Preliminary Review Form Webinar


01 March 2022
13:00 - 15:00 CET