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Setting Our Sights On a Sustainable World: How to Create Science-Based Goals

Last year, 80 percent of the world’s 500 largest companies publicly reported their emissions-reduction goals. However, some targets may not be ambitious enough to support the global effort to keep warming below 2 degrees Celsius. By setting science-based goals that align with the aggressive emissions-reduction targets supported by leading climate scientists, organizations can have measurable impact on lessening the impact of climate change. But these targets need to align business strategies with thoughtful planning for how the targets will be achieved.

Join us for a free hour-long webcast where Quantis International’s CEO Emmanuelle Aoustin and U.S. Managing Director Jon Dettling will be joined by Kevin Rabinovitch, Global Sustainability Director at Mars; Todd Brady, Global Sustainability Director at Intel; and Anders Bjorn of the Technical University of Denmark to learn more about science-based goal setting and how to align with corporate strategy.

During this webcast, you’ll learn:

  • The latest trends and methodologies for setting science-based sustainability goals
  • How new goal assessment methods can enhance your business strategy around greenhouse gas emissions reduction and other sustainability goals
  • How leading companies are applying science-based sustainability assessments



Todd Brady

Vice President, Global Public Affairs and Chief Sustainability Officer
Intel Corporation

Anders Bjørn

Technical University of Denmark, Management Engineering - Quantitative Sustainability Assessment

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