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Greenhouse Gas Accounting and Reporting Series: Specialized (Session 3/3)

Workshop

Date & time
Friday, November 13, 2020
12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Speaker(s)

Reem Hamzeh, EY

Cost

This event is free

Where

Online

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About the event

Series Overview

Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions are the leading cause of global warming. Over the past decades, several GHG accounting and reporting standards and frameworks have evolved. These standards are being increasingly used by countries, cities, companies and even individuals to measure and track their environmental impact. 

This Learning Lab series will focus on GHG Accounting and Reporting from a corporate and asset manager’s point of view. The series begins with the basics, and will increase in level over three 2-hour sessions. The final session will cover Science Based Targets, a tool that is not yet widely understood.

 
Portfolio's Carbon Footprint

This workshop builds on the previous sessions in this series.

Participants will work in groups to calculate investment portfolio’s carbon footprint. Industry expert will guide and facilitate this session and provide her insights.

Reasons to attend
  • Understand the process and the resources needed to assess an equity portfolio’s carbon footprint
  • Discover different considerations and challenges that asset managers face when conducting their carbon footprint assessment 

 

Be part of the Greenhouse Gas Reporting Accounting and Reporting Series: Specialized — Case Study!


Audience

  • Professionals from all sectors, with knowledge and experience on the topic.
  • Individuals who attended the Greenhouse Gas Accounting and Reporting Series: Basics — Introduction to GHG and Carbon Accounting and the Greenhouse Gas Accounting and Reporting Series: Intermediate — GHG Accounting and Reporting Principles.

About the speakers

Reem Hamzeh, Climate Change and Sustainability Services, EY


Other learning labs in this series:

November 9, 2020 — Greenhouse Gas Accounting and Reporting Series: Basics
                                    Greenhouse Gas Accounting

November 11, 2020 — Greenhouse Gas Accounting and Reporting Series: Intermediate
                                    Greenhouse Gas Reporting and Data


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