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09Apr

R20 Austrian World Summit

Gold Standard will participate in a panel discussion on "Sustainable Infrastructure & Blended Finance” during breakout session on 29 May 2019, exploring the opportunities and constraints of financing medium-sized sustainable infrastructure projects with a focus on qualifying and quantifying the untapped market and its SDG potential.

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01Apr

Triple Bottom Line Investing (TBLI) Conference Europe

This event showcases the latest trends in ESG & Impact Investing. Marion Verles will participate in a session, "Critical of measurement: Does ESG analysis provide insights?" which explores whether ESG ratings are sufficiently reflecting real company sustainability performance.

01Apr

SBSTA (SB50)

Gold Standard and its partners in the Climate Ledger Initiative will co-host a side event with the government of Liechtenstein to explore how blockchain and other disruptive technologies can help improve data and reduce costs and complexity associated with robust climate action, featuring use cases and lessons learned. 

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01Apr

Innovate4Climate

Gold Standard is participating in several side events at this year's Innovate4Climate to advocate for strong sustainable development provisions in market mechanisms and support policies and technologies to scale climate action to meet the ambition of the Paris Agreement.

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Carbon markets and the SDGs:
A critical role for sustainable development in Article 6 & beyond

Wednesday 05 June 2019 - 09:30-10:30 

01Apr

Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition HLA

Gold Standard will host a workshop, "Carbon pricing: A virtuous circle in corporate climate strategies" at the CPLC High Level Assembly highlighting how multiple dimensions of voluntary carbon pricing can catalyse emission reductions within and among companies. It will feature several best practices for corporate climate leadership: Shadow pricing, internal carbon fees, direct investment in value chain emission reductions, and voluntary offsetting.

15Mar

Climate Leadership Conference 2019

Thursday 21 March 2019 – 13:45-15:00

TRACK 2: Staying ahead of the Curve: Climate Innovation + Opportunity

Breakthroughs and Opportunities for a Climate-Friendly Supply Chain:
This session will showcase how companies are revolutionizing their supply chains by standardizing metrics used to measure emissions, increasing transparency around risk, and identifying synergies up and down their value chain to address mitigation and resilience opportunities. 

06Feb

Webinar: ValueChange - How to drive climate-positive action through the value chain

This webinar presented on the Sustainable Brands platform by Gold Standard, the Science Based Targets initiative partners, Mars, and Target was aimed at helping businesses reduce emissions from what is often the largest source of a company’s carbon footprint: the value chain. It will help companies remove barriers to directly address value chain emissions with new Scope 3 accounting methods at the intervention level, for example those that help suppliers or vendors lower their footprints. A comprehensive set of best practices and diverse set of case studies demonstrate what is possible.

06Feb

RECs Market Meeting 2019

SustainCERT Standards Manager Richard Iliffe will participate in a discussion on "Leadership in attribute procurement” with speakers from CDP/RE100 and Resource Solutions - highlighting the need for RE market instruments to drive new renewable generation and contribute to sustainable development. 

16Nov

Global Landscape Forum - Bonn 2018

If you're attending the Global Landscape Forum hosted in Bonn on 01-02 December 2018, please come and join us in the session:

LANDSCAPES FINANCE LAB (WWF): A PHILOSOPHY OF LANDSCAPES: 
STANDARDIZED APPROACHES TO HELP SCALE-UP LANDSCAPE RESTORATION

13Nov

Gold Standard at COP24

WEEK ONE:

BLOCKCHAIN FOR CORPORATE SUPPLY CHAINS
WWF Pavilion
Sunday 02 Dec 2018
15:00 - 16:30 

With the Climate Ledger Initiative and our partners at WWF, Gold Standard will present how blockchain and other disruptive technologies (e.g. Internet of Things, big data and artificial intelligence) can help mainstream sustainable supply chains and provide trusted, traceable impact data to investors and consumers.