Date/Time: December 8, 2022 (1-2PM ET / 10-11AM PT)
New International Carbon Finances (GCB) projections – not too long ago launched at COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt – showcase not solely how a lot progress has been made up to now 12 months to scale back CO2 emissions, but additionally what number of years of “carbon price range” we’ve got left.
Be a part of us to be taught concerning the newest GCB, final 12 months’s carbon emissions tendencies, and the way leaders can use this date to drive web zero methods.
The webinar might be led by College of Exeter Professor and main writer of the GCB Pierre Friedlingstein, who will talk about:
- Present tendencies and sources in international carbon emissions
- The largest emitters – and what could be achieved
- How leaders can use this knowledge to construct and help their web zero plans
- What emissions tendencies imply for the remaining carbon price range
- Challenges and proposals to succeed in net-zero CO2 emissions, and restrict international warming to 1.5 levels Celsius
- How we are able to demystify local weather science and apply it to decision-making
- Pierre Friedlingstein, Professor and Chair in Mathematical Modelling of the Local weather System on the College of Exeter
- Jamie Beck Alexander, Director, Drawdown Labs
- Dylan Siegler, VP Sustainability, GreenBiz Group
If you cannot tune in reside, please register and we are going to e mail you a hyperlink to entry the webcast recording and assets, obtainable to you on-demand after the reside webcast.