After this FIBS Practice training, you will
- have an in-depth understanding of the greenhouse gas protocol, related standards, and the iterative nature of greenhouse gas accounting
- the ability to identify and categorize your organization’s relevant emission sources
- have an increased understanding of how to prioritize in terms of data collection and set the right level of granularity (detail) of your current and future inventories
Calculating your carbon footprint has been common practice for many years, and the Greenhouse Gas Protocol, the most prominently used framework, exists for over 20 years.
However, the need for action has increased with a more imminent and tangible climate crisis. With public scrutiny and new frameworks such as the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), the requirements on detail, completeness, and accuracy have increased significantly.
The road to an actionable carbon footprint can be daunting – it should have the right level of detail but still, be manageable and not consume endless resources. For a sustainability manager or an organization, judging what methods are acceptable and in line with peers and best practices can be hard.
In this training for persons working with greenhouse gas accounting, South Pole experts will guide you through some of the key hurdles and challenges with a correct scope 3 assessment. The interactive session will combine exchange with real cases and best practice examples.
8:30 The breakfast is served, welcome to mingle!
9:00 Opening words: Mea Lakso, Coordinator, FIBS
Greenhouse gas accounting according to the Greenhouse Gas Protocol & Interactive activities
Activity & Company presentation
Participant’s challenges and deep-dive into selected scope 3-categories
Information on target setting related to GHG accounting and Q&A
12:30 Event ends
Marie Gustafsson is a Principal consultant at South Pole with over 8 years of experience in greenhouse gas calculations. She leads South Pole’s consulting work in the Nordic region. Marie has experience with numerous corporate carbon footprint calculations and is part of the technical ISO committee for carbon neutrality.
Sara Nyberg is a consultant at South Pole and has supported many different clients in the Nordics and abroad along their Climate Journey since 2018, among others, by calculating their carbon footprint. She has a background in Environmental and Energy Engineering and has been involved in climate issues for 15 years.
Maija Grönlund is Environmental Manager at Vaisala. At this event, she will be presenting the process of GHG accounting from Vaisala’s perspective.
Professionals working with climate strategy, in particular greenhouse gas accounting, target setting, and climate action roadmaps.
Max 2 persons / organization.
The event is included in FIBS Pro service fee.
Participation can be cancelled free of charge via the link in the registration confirmation message up to 48 hours before the event begins. You can find further information about ”FIBS event policies and cancellation terms” via the link at the end of the registration form.
A fee of €150 + VAT/event is charged for failure to cancel (no show) unless otherwise stated in the event announcement. 50 % from the charged fee will cover the costs of the event venue and catering, and the other 50 % will be donated to the charity. The cancellation fee is not charged in the event of illness or force-majeure circumstances for the participant, if FIBS is notified before the event.
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