The Science-Based Target Initiative (SBTi) was set up in 2015 by WWF, CDP, UN Global Compact and WRI. It helps corporates set medium-term internal emission reduction targets in line with what science tells us need to happen in different industries.
What does a Science-Based Target look like? Do corporate SBTs add up to a net zero economy? What happens to a company once the target is set? What’s the relationship between an SBT and other climate actions like 100% renewable energy and carbon neutrality?
We took a run through these and other questions you had with Josh Whitney, former Executive Director, Ventures at Anthesis.
Watch the recording below.
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