Event: ESG and Carbon Accounting Case Studies
As the world continues to grapple with the effects of climate change, governments across the globe are taking steps to mitigate its impact. In recent years, many countries have set ambitious targets to reduce their carbon emissions, with the goal of achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. To achieve this target, businesses are required to take action and report on their progress towards achieving these goals.
New and pending regulations have left many businesses scrambling to get a basic understanding of net-zero carbon reporting requirements. The need for accurate carbon measurement and reporting has become a critical aspect of business operations, with many companies realizing that they need to take proactive steps towards reducing their carbon footprint.
Scheduled for this Thursday ET time, RealComm are hosting a session will focus on case studies, success stories, and pitfalls to avoid on net zero carbon emission projects. The panel will include moderator Sara Neff (Americas Head of Sustainability, Lendlease), Colliers' Sam Addison, Jamestown's Becca Timms, and tech partners Yardi and Carrier Abound.
One of the key features of the upcoming panel discussion is the valuable checklist of "must-haves" for net zero carbon emission projects. This checklist will provide businesses with a clear understanding of what they need to do to achieve their net-zero carbon emission targets.
Sara Neff, in her opening preamble, will showcase how Podium Property Insights can assist businesses in meeting their net-zero carbon reporting requirements for sustainability performance and environmental monitoring. These features will help businesses monitor their energy usage and identify areas where they can reduce their carbon emissions.
The RealComm panel on ESG and Carbon Accounting this week is an opportunity for businesses to learn from industry experts and gain valuable insights into the tools and strategies they can use to meet their net-zero carbon reporting requirements. With the right approach and tools, businesses can achieve their net-zero carbon targets and contribute to a more sustainable future.