Date / Time: December 8, 2022 (1-2PM ET / 10-11AM FR)
The brand new global carbon budget (GCB) forecasts – recently published at COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt – show not only how much progress has been revamped the past 12 months in reducing CO2 emissions, but in addition what number of years have left the ‘carbon budget’.
Join us to learn concerning the latest GCBs, last 12 months’s carbon emissions trends, and the way leaders can use this date to pursue net zero strategies.
The seminar shall be hosted by professor of the University of Exeter and leading creator of GCB Pierre Friedlingstein, who will discuss:
Current trends and sources of worldwide carbon emissions Top emitters – and what might be done How leaders can use this data to create and support their net zero plans What emissions trends mean for the remaining carbon budget Challenges and suggestions for achieving net zero CO2 emissions and limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius How can we demystify climatology and apply it to decision making
Pierre Friedlingstein, professor and head of the Department of Mathematical Modeling of the Climate System on the University of Exeter Jamie Beck Alexander, director of Drawdown Labs
Dylan Siegler, Vice President, Sustainability, GreenBiz Group
Should you are unable to tune in to live streaming please enroll and we’ll email you a link to access the tapes and webcast resources available on demand after the live stream.