As we look ahead to the incredibly significant upcoming UNFCCC COP 27, we will be joined by our member ClimateTrade for a virtual discussion on the pertinence of unambiguous decarbonisation in the move towards increased environmental sustainability. Join us as we hear from experts from their team on the following topics.
COP27: Shifting from ambition to action
o Expectations ahead of COP27
o What could happen to Article 6
o Repercussions for companies
Sustainability strategies: Best practices
o Carbon Footprint Calculation by Scope
o Reporting and target setting
o Cost-effective carbon reductions
The role of voluntary carbon offsetting
o An introduction to the voluntary carbon market
o How to select quality carbon credits
o The importance of traceability
o Santander carbon offsetting feature
o Telefónica carbon-neutral devices
o Cabify carbon-neutral rides
Following the presentations there will be time for you to ask any questions that you might have to the speakers.
Date/time: Wednesday 2nd November, 16:00 – 17:00 BST / 17:00 – 18:00 CEST
About the speakers:
Kat O’Brien is ClimateTrade’s Head of Partnerships. She joined in July after three years at Mastercard in New York, where she was Director of Product Management focused on Go To Market activation and commercialization for a product titled Bill Pay Exchange. Kat has been working in the fintech space since 2015, first at Samsung Pay leading Marketing Partnerships with Financial Institutions and then at the Barcelona startup Polaroo as CMO.
Roberto Carton is ClimateTrade’s Head of Sales UK, Ireland and Nordics. With more than 20 years of experience in global tech sales and management, Roberto is a spirited leader on effective data-driven capabilities, always looking to intelligently exploit data and improve how organisations deliver for their customers.
Alejandro Rodriguez is ClimateTrade’s Head of Supply. His previous experience includes roles at South Pole and ClimateCare, which have given him technical knowledge in climate change mitigation projects and Payment for Environmental Services schemes. Together with his business development experience and capacity, his career has allowed him to engage and network with corporates, government institutions, and NGOs working on sustainability issues.