Carbon Management Plans to Become Carbon Neutral Verified
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Organisations embarked on the journey towards verified carbon neutrality (PAS 2060) must develop and implement a Carbon Footprint Management Plan.
This must include a process for periodic review of performance against the plan and for implementing corrective action to ensure targets are achieved.
Organisations must provide sufficient resources to achieve the Carbon Footprint Management Plan. The frequency of assessing performance against the plan should be commensurate with the timescale for achieving carbon neutrality.
To be successful, the Carbon Management Plan must demonstrate emission reductions, either a reduction in the total amount of carbon emitted (in absolute terms) or a reduction in carbon intensity (in relative terms). In the case of the latter, GHG reductions must be greater than that for the region in which the organisation operates.
Your host, David McDonald from Auditel discusses:
PAS 2060 plan guidance
Examples of reduction measures
Producing the business case
- How to measure and verify performance
This webinar is the second in a 4-part series. Watch the rest of the series here:
Verification of PAS 2060 to Become Verified Carbon Neutral (video coming soon)
About your hostDavid McDonald is one of Auditel’s fifty strong Carbon Solutions team.
He is a qualified management accountant and brings C-Suite experience gained in several sectors.
As Director of Sustainable Development at UNITE Group plc, he was responsible for leading the strategic response to the emerging low carbon landscape within property development and operations.
As Group FD for Energy Power Resources he was involved in policy work, helping to develop and present the first renewables route map to HM Treasury and to a parliamentary committee in 2001. He is an expert in capital investment appraisal for renewable energy and infrastructure assets.
David has advised clients on technology and funding across a wide range of energy efficiency and renewable energy investments. As part of the Auditel Network he leads strategic carbon advisory engagements across various sectors.
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