High Quality Carbon Credits and Corporate Net Zero Strategies

Wednesday 23rd November 2022

Theatre :  Energy & Carbon Management Strategy 

15:00  -  16:20  | Download Show Guide

Carbon credits are not a new concept although are arguably gaining more attention as more entities adopt net-zero targets and are looking at portfolio emissions and ways to reduce them – as well as the growing focus on establishing robust infrastructures to reduce some of the unknowns. Carbon credits are seen by many as a ‘last resort’ but a useful step nonetheless in helping to sequester carbon from the atmosphere.

With global demand for voluntary carbon credits expected to increase fifteen-fold by 2030 and a hundredfold before 2050, carbon markets will become an important driver of the shift to a low-carbon economy.

This session aims to give clarity on:

  1. Supply side – principles of high-quality carbon credits.
  2. What makes a credible net-zero transition plan.
Andrea AbrahamsAndrea Abrahams Managing Director
International Carbon Reduction and Offset Alliance (ICROA)
Andrew Baker, Woodland Carbon Markets Advisor at Scottish ForestryAndrew Baker UK Woodland Carbon Markets Advisor
Scottish Forestry
Ben Rattenbury, VP Policy at SylveraBen Rattenbury VP Policy
Emma Watson, Head of Standards at CDP SBTiiEmma Watson Head of Standards
Science Based Targets initiative
Maria Carvalho, Head of Climate Economics and Data at Natwest GroupMaria Carvalho Head of Climate Economics and Data
NatWest Group

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