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Developing Emission Inventories for Corporate Greenhouse Gas Reporting and Setting Reduction Goals



Developing Emission Inventories for Corporate Greenhouse Gas Reporting and Setting Reduction Goals
Wednesday, November 10, 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm ET

Investors are recognizing the importance for corporations to reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) footprint and develop a plan to manage climate change-induced risks to their operations and supply chain. Larry Flink, CEO of BlackRock, stated in 2020, “We believe that sustainability should be our new standard for investing." Since then, numerous other investment organizations have followed BlackRock’s lead. Net zero or carbon neutral claims can vary significantly from one company to the next depending on the emissions included, the timeframe, and how the reductions are achieved.
 
This webinar will explain how to develop GHG emission inventories and set reduction goals for corporate greenhouse gas reporting, including the more difficult to calculate Corporate Value Chain, Scope 3 indirect emissions. A case study for setting GHG reduction goals and insights into the journey one company is taking to achieve their goals is included. 
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Presenters:

Erin Laude, WI PE, Senior Sustainability Consultant, Jacobs
Erin Laude is a Senior Sustainability Consultant and Senior Client Advisor with over 25 years of experience specializing in energy and carbon management consulting, supporting municipal and commercial clients across multiple sectors with carbon accounting and verification, target setting, decarbonization and renewable energy strategies, value chain assessments and CDP and sustainability reporting. Erin serves on the SBTi Technical Advisory Group and as Jacobs’s Climate Action Plan Delivery Manager. Erin holds a B.S. and M.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering and is a registered PE in Wisconsin.

Sam Ouimet, Sector Lead, Corporate Engagement, CDP
Sam Ouimet is a Sector Lead on CDP’s Corporate Engagement team working with companies disclosing through CDP to their investors and customers. Sam supports companies from their first CDP response to progressing towards environmental excellence by adopting best practices in environmental management and disclosure. Prior to CDP, Sam held commercial roles in the private sector before heading to graduate school to focus on corporate sustainability.  Sam holds a B.S. in Environmental and Water Resource Economics and M.S. in Freshwater Science and Technology.

David Wynn, Managing Director North America, Greenstone
Greenstone provides award-winning software solutions and services enabling companies to advance their sustainability strategies and become responsible businesses. As Managing Director North America, David is responsible for running Greenstone’s US operations and is Business Manager for Greenstone’s Enterprise software, ensuring product developments align with client needs and the latest in GHG accounting and ESG reporting. David has been with Greenstone for nine years and has 15 years of experience in sustainability consultancy, helping public and private sector organizations transform their ESG journeys.

Moderator: C. Flint Webb, Senior Project Manager, Leidos’ Integrated Missions Solutions Operations
C. Flint Webb is a licensed professional engineer with more than 40 years of experience in engineering, including over 30 years of experience managing complex environmental projects with interdisciplinary teams of professionals. Mr. Webb is a senior project manager in Leidos’ Integrated Missions Solutions Operations in Reston, Virginia. Mr. Webb also serves on the Leidos Sustainability Working Group, which is responsible for preparing the corporate GHG inventory, evaluating corporate climate change risks, and develop GHG reduction goals for the Leidos.