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Innovation Forum Webinar: Reducing GHGs in agriculture with Mars, Kellogg's and Campbell Soup

From: 28.02.2019 To: 28.02.2019 Share

Innovation Forum would like to invite you to a complimentary webinar: ‘Reducing GHGs in agriculture: How are big businesses taking action?

Join us for an hour of interactive discussion on how Mars, Kellogg Company and Campbell Soup are taking steps to mitigate their climate footprints.

Sign up here.

The webinar will take place on 28th February from 16.00-17.00 GMT. If you can’t make the time, sign up anyway and we’ll send you a recording.

The agricultural sector accounts for roughly 13% of total global emissions, making it the world’s second largest emitter of GHGs after the energy sector. Emissions are projected to continue to increase, reaching nearly 7 billion tonnes per year in 2030.

Investors and shareholders, amongst other key stakeholders, are showing more and more interest in companies’ climate performance. With the clock ticking on individual and global climate targets, food and drinks companies are under ever increasing pressure to take more comprehensive and immediate action.

In this webinar, we’ll address what leading businesses are doing to reduce their climate footprint, and discuss how to:
  • Track, measure and reduce your company’s GHG emissions
  • Use science-based targets to drive strategy
  • Practically calculate and disclose your wider climate footprint
With:
  • Dave Stangis, chief sustainability officer, Campbell Soup Company 
  • Ashley Allen, climate and land senior manager, Mars 
  • Kati Kaskeala, corporate communications and sustainability director, Kellogg Company 
Hosted by Ian Welsh, publishing director, Innovation Forum

There will be a live Q&A throughout so you will have the opportunity to post your questions directly to the speakers.

Once again, you can register for the webinar here.

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