Net-Zero Skills Support Webinars – Understanding Net Zero Standards

Understanding Net Zero Standards | Tue 16th Nov 2021 | 8.30-10.00am


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The climate clock is ticking and we must all be prepared to achieve Scotland’s net zero targets. The economic opportunities available to businesses from the transition are significant – but the downside of doing nothing carries equally significant detriment. We want to help you harness these potential opportunities and avoid potential pitfalls.

Join our upcoming webinar on Tuesday 16th November, 8.30-10.00am, where our Net Zero Skills project lead, Dr. Eric Boinard will guide you through the main standards available to develop and verify a net zero roadmap. We understand that net zero can sometimes feel like a daunting prospect, that’s why we’re here to help break down the information into an easy-to-follow format to establish a better understanding. Eric will provide a detailed overview on the following:

  • Standards:
    • Green House Gas Protocol (GHGp)
    • Science Based Target Initiative (SBTi)
    • International Standard Organisation (ISO) – ISO14064.1
    • Publicly Available Specification (PAS) – PAS2060
  • Where the above standards converge on the same overarching principles and boundaries
  • Where the divergence in the standards lies
  • How will this fit or be enabled with respect to your current business management systems?​​​
  • Based on the above, which is the right standard for your company?

With so many standards to choose from, we’ll help create a clearer picture of which standards are right for your business and where to start. The session is ideal for anyone working out how they will steer a path to Net Zero, but carries extra relevance to those who currently manage their organisation’s management systems and external accreditation. To register for this free online event, click the below registration link button.


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Event Schedule Details

  • 16 November 2021 8:30 am   -   10:00 am
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