Companies responding to the CDP Climate Change questionnaire are rewarded for setting science-based targets. However, many companies committing to the Science-Based Target initiative (SBTi) are failing to meet the SBTi criteria, and the largest reason for failure is the inability to meet the Scope 3 requirements.
Carbon Credentials and CDP invite you to join us for this webinar.
We will demystify the issue of Scope 3 in order to help you on your journey to getting an SBTi approved science-based target:
Overview of greenhouse gas accountancy of Scope 3 and reporting Scope 3 to CDP
Understand SBTi Scope 3 requirements
Find out how to complete a Scope 3 screening exercise in line with the SBTi requirements
Identify primary and secondary data sources for calculating your Scope 3 emissions
Scarlett leads the Risk Management team at Carbon Credentials, helping organisations to achieve compliance to a wide range of energy and carbon legislation, and to improve disclosure of sustainability information within their annual reports and through voluntary disclosure programmes such as the CDP.
She is particularly focused on Scope 3 GHG emissions reporting for her clients at the moment, which is being driven by the number of Science-Based Target setting projects that the Carbon Credentials team are delivering across a range of sectors, as well as working with clients to align to the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures.
Emma works within the Risk & Strategy team at Carbon Credentials. Her background is in greenhouse gas accounting and verification. She has gained qualifications in GHG accounting from the GHG Management Institute.
She is the technical lead on our science-based targets product and has extensive knowledge of the various requirements of the Science-Based Targets initiative and associated methodologies. Often the first step in the journey towards setting science-based targets is ensuring Scope 3 emissions are fully assessed, and this has been a key focus of her work.