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Experts from different fields, science and the ClimateTech sector take attendees on an interactive journey towards climate transformation. 

EU taxonomy, data points for investors and applications deep dive. 

11 May, 11.30 CEST


This workshop by Christoph Klein from ESG Portfolio Management covers the basics of sustainable investing and how investors can use ESG criteria to assess companies and funds. Participants will learn about the EU taxonomy, PAIs, Article 2 Nr. 17 SFDR, and general sustainable investment vehicles. Furthermore the workshop explores the data points needed for investors and what this means for companies.

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Understand - Activate - Move
How to effectively leverage communities for responsible impact


You are looking to increase the effectiveness of your sustainability measures, because you are facing e.g., conflicting interests, lack of management commitment or clinging to perfectionism? Our hypothesis: Your colleagues are brilliant people - and could help you, if you activate and unite them in a sustainability community. In this workshop we will provide you with the strategies and best practices for effectively leveraging your community, creating a responsible and meaningful impact. Join Martin Cserba and Una Sprenger to learn how to build trust and foster collaboration with local stakeholders. We will share how diconium went through the journey of becoming a more sustainable company and how we apply our expertise with our clients.


11 May, 11.30 CEST

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Sustainable Industry 4.0 – detect, reduce, substitute – digital tools and coaching to
support sustainability targets

11 May, 11.30 CEST

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The workshop will be held in German: Industry 4.0 technologies are transforming
manufacturing processes, but they also have the great potential to contribute to sustainability goals. In this workshop held by Jann Binder and Ruben Rongstock from Mittelstand Digital Zentrum „klima-neutral-digital“, participants will be guided to develop action plans in an effort to improve sustainability and reduce carbon footprint in their small and medium sized enterprise (SME). Digital tools are vital to detect opportunities, reduce, substitute and finally monitor and report the progress.

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Stop playing hide-and-seek: How to leverage integrity and credibility for real climate action

11 May 11.30 CEST

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The workshop deals with the overall question:  How can companies make real transformation happen? We will also focus on how the lack of integrity and credibility not only jeopardizes real climate action but also companies’ successful transformation – and how this can be overcome.


Current climate action often lacks credibility, integrity and thus effectiveness: targets vary in scope and ambition, decarbonization falls short of what is needed to mitigate climate change’s worst effects and communication is too often reduced to the use of obscure labels.  


The “One Planet Business by WWF”-Team will showcase approaches and tools by which to enhance the integrity and credibility of companies’ climate action. Together with the workshop’s larger audience, we will discuss these solutions and other ways to end the communicative “hide and seek” and leverage integrity and credibility for real transformational impact.

Going beyond your own company: How to structure climate management holistically

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Set up your own climate management holistically. Climate protection does not stop at the company door, especially the challenges in the supply chain can be addressed in cooperation with suppliers. This requires a structured data system, collaboration and simple steps to get started together. The workshop with Yasha Tarani, Co-Founder of The Climate Choice examines how software tools help to implement climate goals together with suppliers.

11 May 11.30 CEST

Decarbonization at the right speed: how to better assess Scope 3 emissions in order to better reduce them - with Jean-Manuel Canet


12 May, 11.30 CEST

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Many actors in the digital sector have set strong Science Based targets to align with 1.5°C trajectories, with short term targets and long term Net Zero targets implying a reduction of 90% of their Greenhouse Gas Scopes 1, 2, 3 emissions, often by 2040. The reduction of Scope 3 emissions at the right speed is particularly challenging. In the context of complex supply chains and sustained inflation, being able to assess Scope 3 emissions with more robustness and precision, using appropriate methods, data and emission factors is a key challenge.

The workshop will look at several opportunities, such as the guidance recently established jointly by the GSMA, GeSI and the International Telecommunication Union, with the aim to harmonize methods for telecommunication operators to assess and report their Scope 3 emissions, and to increase coverage and transparency. After a 15 minutes presentation, the floor will be given to participants so that they can share their views and experiences on Scope 3 emissions assessments. 

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Collaborative Scope 3 tools and guidance to help you make faster & more confident progress


12 May, 11.30 CEST

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Procurement is an untapped market force that can drive the transition to a decarbonized economy. We will explore how procurement can engage suppliers in the race to net-zero GHG emissions by 2050, the pros and cons of doing so, and how to make it happen.

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Climate Data for Scope 3 - How to collaboratively drive supply chain decarbonization

12 May, 11.30 CEST






New reporting requirements and stakeholder expectations are driving companies to collect climate-related information from their suppliers. Once you have overcome the first hurdle of collecting data along complex supply chains, you are immediately faced with the next challenge: What do I do with all this data now? How can I generate value for my company from it? How can it help me to achieve my sustainability targets? This workshop provides answers and explores together with you, how climate office & procurement drive emissions down.

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Carbon Investment - an alternative to Carbon Offsetting

12 May, 11.30 CEST

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Offsetting CO2 emissions is a common practice by numerous companies and individuals around the world.
However, both companies and consumers are increasingly uncertain, especially after the latest media reports, buying carbon credits is sustainable, safe and really helpful for our climate.

In this workshop we will have a closer look into Carbon Removal investment opportunities as a serious alternative to buying Carbon Credits. We talk about quality criteria for project selection

and what makes a good investment.

Hosts: recarb GmbH, BaumInvest AG

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