Our long-standing partner Mars, Incorporated is hosting an important discussion at COP24 on emerging carbon accounting guidelines and methodologies in the land use and agricultural sector. Quantis’ Global Director of Services + Innovation Jon Dettling will share on some of our exciting sector-wide initiatives in land use and agriculture emissions accounting, including the Land-Use Change Guidance and the GeoFootprint Project.
Emerging Guidelines for Corporate Climate Action in Supply Chains
Date: Monday December 10th: 9:30 – 11:00 (with snacks & refreshments at 11)
Location: IETA Business Hub, COP24, Katowice, Poland
Kevin Moss, Global Director Business Center, World Resources Institute (Moderator)
Kevin Rabinovitch, Global Vice President for Sustainability, Mars Incorporated
Marion Verles, CEO, Gold Standard
Jon Dettling, Global Director, Services + Innovation, Quantis (via Skype)
With nearly 500 companies committing to set science based targets, there are emerging tools and guidelines for accounting for supply chain emissions. Mars, Inc. is hosting a discussion on some of the carbon accounting guidelines and methodologies emerging in the land use and agricultural sector. The goal is to further advance the conversation on addressing gaps and barriers and establishing a more standardised way for companies to manage supply chain emissions.
To learn how to incorporate land-use change impacts into your company’s sustainability strategy, contact Michèle Zollinger