Workshops

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

Climate Training: The DOs & DON’Ts in engaging corporate employees towards the sustainable transformation

02 June, 11.30 CEST

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Training is the 3rd pillar along with establishing a strategy and measuring the carbon footprint. 76% of your employees are ready to act on climate change at work. Train them to drive the sustainable transformation of their jobs. AXA Climate is already training more than 3 million subscribers on the sustainable transformation in their jobs. Do you want to know how? We will show you!

Content of the workshop:

  • How to train employees on climate and the sustainable transformation

  • Sharing of good practice around the world

  • interactive workshop with quizzes, videos etc. 

 

En-ROADS Climate Simulation

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Ready to save the world? Looking for a climate experience that is hopeful, scientifically-grounded, action-oriented, and eye-opening?

In this workshop using the En-ROADS tool, we are going to simulate global climate action and together create a scenario in which global warming stays below 1.5 degrees C. This interactive workshop can help unearth unique insights on how decisions regarding energy efficiency, transportation, renewable energy investment, carbon pricing, sequestration and more can affect not just air quality and temperature rise, but also the future cost of electricity, demand for natural gas and other energy sources, global land use, and equity concerns.

Why join?

  • Participate in a game which we can only win together: keep warming to 1.5 degrees by 2100

  • Understand how different climate policies are connected and influence each other 

  • Challenge your assumptions on high-impact actions

 

02 June, 11.30 CEST

 

Transparency Needed: EU Taxonomy + ESG Reporting

2 June, 11.30 CEST

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Reporting standards and disclosure needs are providing new risks and chances. What do portfolio managers of article 9 classified funds need? What are companies expected to deliver? With this workshop, companies’ executives understand the perspective and requirements of a manager of article 9 funds.

 

No Planet, no business: How to do business within planetary boundaries

2 June, 11.30 CEST

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Our way of consuming and doing business is pushing the planet to its limits - and beyond. We are warming the climate, wasting natural resources and causing a mass extinction. In short: we are endangering our own livelihoods.

Companies are increasingly pressured by the consequences of these environmental and corresponding societal changes.  But they are also part of the solution: companies need to become agents of change and seize the opportunities of business models that preserve instead of destroying the planet. The WWF One Planet Business Framework helps to structure and actively shape this change. Let’s talk about it!

 

Let's broaden our carbon perspective towards sustainability!

2 June, 11.30 CEST

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Companies are held responsible to contribute to the decarbonisation of their supply chain – but is this enough? Collecting data, identifying risks and opportunities lays the basis for uncovering savings potential and implementing sustainability management behaviour on a broader scale that are well orchestrated within the company. This workshop addresses your questions on implementing climate and holistic sustainability strategies and shows potential leverage effects through stringent supply chain management – with regards to climate, ecology and social dimensions.

 

Making solar radically easy: Energy at the service of the commercial, industrial & real estate sector

 

2 June, 11.30 CEST

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When it comes to the energy market, businesses often perceive decisions as a battle between ecology vs. economy. Find out how ENVIRIA’s innovative solar-centric projects enable commercial, industrial but also real estate players to become part of the energy transition and take their green efforts into their own hands.

 

Is it time for Net-Zero Procurement?

 

3 June, 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.

 

Overcoming climate change-induced supply chain risks through holistic sustainability strategies

3 June, 11.30 CEST

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This workshop will bring together practitioners of the decarbonisation transformation to discuss how climate change-induced supply chain risks can be overcome through holistic sustainability strategies. Hosted by the Foundation Development and Climate Alliance, this session seeks to unravel what is at risk and how specifically companies try to minimise their exposed risk. The Foundation presents how it can accompany institutions towards more climate friendly and sustainable management.

 

How to engage your suppliers in your sustainable transformation

3 June, 11.30 CEST

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Sustainable procurement is not much about what your company can do better, but how it can do better with your suppliers. But how can you engage your suppliers and pull the change, especially with thousands of partners? Discover different ways to enable them achieving your targets.

 

Net zero in Scope 3 by 2040 - How to assess climate performance of suppliers and engage them for supply chain decarbonization

3 June, 11.30 CEST

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o2 Telefónica aims to reach net-zero emissions for Scope 1&2 by 2025 at the latest. The company has already reduced the direct CO2 emissions in Scope 1, and indirect emissions in Scope 2 by 97% since 2015. Now, they aim to discover climate-related risks and find potential solutions in collaboration with their suppliers. However, structured climate transformation along the supply chain needs structured climate data management. How can companies obtain climate-relevant data along the supply chain and successfully manage and engage their suppliers in their climate transformation efforts? Further, what are the challenges and risks, best practices, and opportunities to collect, validate and report this data? 

By giving insights into their pilot project, o2 Telefonica and THE CLIMATE CHOICE will elaborate on how companies can get more transparency and comparable data on climate performance in their supply chains and develop strategies for bringing transparency into their Scope 3 emissions.

The focus will be on Scope 3 Accounting, supplier collaboration and engagement, the role of climate-related ESG Data and sustainable sourcing.

 
 

Make or buy green? Co-developing net zero with your suppliers!

3 June, 11.30 CEST

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We know that a company’s own operation is only the tip of the iceberg regarding its product’s entire carbon footprint. Most of the emissions result from the preceding business operations of the suppliers. The crucial question remains: is it more effective to support existing suppliers in their green transformation or to contract new green suppliers?
The workshop hosted by IBM and the Make-IT Alliance takes up the discussion. They 
showcase projects how companies co-develop sustainable and climate-friendly business operations with their suppliers. Together we explore further practices on how co-innovation is more beneficial for your company than pulling the ripcord on your suppliers.

Living sustainability in your company

 

3 June, 11.30 CEST

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Soundboarding best practices, challenges and tools on how to establish and effectively implement sustainable business practices within your company and how to make it stick. Sharing our experiences with you and hearing about yours, we can talk about what works, what doesn’t, which challenges we face and how to navigate through complex decision-making processes within the supply chain. Understanding SDG 17 as an effective way of learning from each others experiences and finding synergies which we might never have expected.