Net Zero Metrics and Reporting: how to respond to investors and other stakeholders
3rd November 2021 | 12:00 - 13:00 (CET)
Investors, public authorities, and civil society are demanding financial institutions and business to set Net Zero objectives, but
- What are credible objectives?
- How far in the value chain a Scope 3 target should go?
- What are the limits of offsetting?
- How to measure and report progress and forward-looking metrics?
- How to collect, manage and assure data?
Attend “Net Zero Metrics and Reporting: how to respond to investors and other stakeholders” and discover answers to the above questions and the latest best practices.
An event organized by SUST4IN during the ICC Make Climate Action Everyone’s Business Forum.
Expert on megatrends and writer on sustainable business
Andrew Winston is a globally-recognized expert on megatrends and how to build companies that thrive by serving the world. He is one of the most widely read writers on sustainable business in the world. His first book, Green to Gold, one of the best-selling green business titles ever, has reached more than 100,000 people in seven languages. Inc. Magazine included Green to Gold on its all-time list of 30 books that every manager should own. His book The Big Pivot was selected as one of the “Best Business Books” by Strategy+Business magazine. Andrew’s latest book, Net Positive: How Courageous Companies Thrive by Giving More than They Take (co-authored with renowned CEO Paul Polman), is a finalist for the Financial Times & McKinsey Business book of the Year Award.
Andrew was selected for Thinkers50 Radar list of “30 thinkers to watch in 2020.” He has appeared in major media such as Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal, Time, BusinessWeek, New York Times, and CNBC. Andrew’s views on strategy have been sought after by many of the world’s leading companies, including 3M, DuPont, HP, J&J, Kimberly-Clark, Marriott, PepsiCo, PwC, Trane Technologies, and Unilever. He is a highly respected and dynamic speaker, reaching audiences of thousands at executive meetings around the world, and at high-profile events like TED, with an entertaining message of practical optimism: the world’s challenges are great, but business has the tools, resources, and creativity to build a prosperous world. He received degrees in economics, business, and environmental management from Princeton, Columbia, and Yale.
I have always worked in the energy sector and have had a long-term interest in environmental issues. My earliest experience in this area was through an article in our school science magazine on the destruction of the ozone layer (when the link with CFCs had only just been established).
After graduating as a chemical engineer, I started my working life as a refinery engineer in Australia during another period of very high oil prices when energy efficiency was paramount. I then spent a period in the Netherlands, before returning to Australia to become involved with another side of the oil industry, energy economics and supply. This led to a move to London as an oil trader for Shell followed by a time managing the global trading and chartering of Shell’s crude oil tanker fleet. In 2001 I took up my current role and haven’t looked back since.
I combine my work as Chief Climate Change Adviser for Shell, with my responsibilities as a Board Member (and former Chair) for the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA) and Washington based think-tank C2ES. I also work closely with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development and have been a lead contributor to many of its energy and climate change publications.
In 2014 this blog grew into an e-book, which was published just prior to the UN Climate Summit in New York. With carbon pricing policy now rising up the agenda of many governments, a second book is now out, focussing specifically on that subject.
The carbon pricing book is available exclusively on Amazon, either for Kindle or iPads, iPhones and other devices with the Kindle App. It is also available in hard copy, given the number of requests I had for such treatment over the last twelve months. For those that haven’t caught up with my first attempt mentioned above, it is now also available in hardcopy.
Chief Climate Change Advisor - Shell
Global Chief Sustainability Officer - JLL
Richard is the Global Chief Sustainability Officer for JLL, responsible for the strategy, delivery and public reporting of JLL’s corporate sustainability program. He is an advisor on the SBTi Net Zero Expert Advisory Group and sits on the Bloomberg Green Council, representing JLL’s efforts to drive climate action in the built environment.
Richard has spent the last 35 years working in the real estate business. His work initially focussed on advising investor clients on commercial properties, sales and acquisitions. This developed into advising on government privatisations, funding provision of finance, acting as LPA receiver and advising commercial and residential companies moving from private to listed status or vice versa.
Richard became Joint Senior Partner of King Sturge in 2005 and led the company into the merger with JLL in 2011. He has subsequently been Chairman of the UK business, and in 2012 a Member of the EMEA Management Board with responsibility for CEE, the Middle East and Africa together with the industrial sector and sustainability. He took up his current role in January 2017.
Richard is a keen family man and a triathlete, gardener and choral singer.
Marcio Viegas is director-level executive, entrepreneur, and lecturer with 20+ years’ experience in professional services in 30 countries: Consulting, Training, Auditing, plus International Standards and Regulatory development. Within this period: 20+ years dedicated to Sustainability and 10+ years’ leadership experience at Director/Statutory level at various multinationals. Since 2014 Marcio is the founder and managing director of SUST4IN, a global network of sustainability experts, in addition to his activities as researcher and lecturer at various institutions.
Marcio has a background on environmental management with a BSc in Civil Engineering, Expert in Environmental Management and MSc in Hydraulic/Environmental Engineering from Universidade de Sao Paulo, combined with an MBA at IE Business School and experience in social issues acquired during his career and projects in Africa and South America for instance.
Marcio is a pioneer in carbon markets since 2003, namely validation and verification of carbon emissions, under schemes such as EU ETS, UN CDM and voluntary and private schemes, plus standards development (ISO 14064 and ISO 14065) and now advisory and training on carbon/net zero strategy, metrics and reporting. Marcio has organized events at various COPs, Carbon Expo and other meetins in Cologne, Barcelona, Paris, Marrakech, Madrid etc and written extensively about climate change at Environmental Finance, IETA Annual Report, El Economista & others.
Founder & Managing Director - SUST4IN
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