As more and more corporates commit to and deliver action on climate change, scrutiny on claims around offsetting, carbon neutrality and net zero is increasing.
In addition, as the Voluntary Carbon Market continues to grow, there is an upsurge in bodies issuing guidance on what they believe makes a credible claim. Recent examples have come from the SEC, Gold Standard and the VCMI - to name but a few.
How can your team navigate the multitude of advice and find the best way to express your climate action?
Join our webinar to hear the latest on claims in corporate climate action, and how our guidance is there to help you communicate these according to best practice.
Note: This webinar is for Climate Impact Partners clients only. Registrations will only be approved for Climate Impact Partners clients.
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