Webinar | GHG Accounting for beginners | by DFGE and CDP Supply Chain Program | 21 January 2016 | 11 a.m. CET | Registration
München/Greifenberg, 11 January 2016. For three years now, DFGE– Institute for Energy, Ecology and Economy has been a CDP silver climate change consultancy partner and will support CDP in this webinar to provide added value information for companies participating in CDP’s supply chain program.
CDP’s supply chain program enables companies to ask their suppliers to report their CO2 emissions and carbon management through CDP questionnaire, whereas CDP investor program aims at increasing transparency towards investors. Companies can easily import answers from the investor questionnaire to the supply chain one.
Calculating your company’s Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions is the first step towards a successful CDP Climate Change response It will also be a tool to set and monitor reduction targets. In this webinar we will introduce the basic steps of calculating a company’s Carbon Footprint, give valuable hints and answer your questions.
The webinar is directed at companies that already respond or plan to respond to the CDP Climate Change Questionnaire via the CDP Supply Chain Program.
- Language: English
- Duration: 1 hour
- Register here
The DFGE– Institute for Energy, Ecology and Economy provides consulting and auditing services to realize a Green Vision integrated in corporate business processes. Strategic advice on topics like technology, energy and emissions is expanded to business related and socio-economic aspects. Services range from consultancy in developing and managing customized analysis for testified Carbon footprint to validation of analysis methods and results for sustainable accuracy. As independent Institute DFGE’s work is based on advanced scientific and research methods and institutionalized standards.
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