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Decoding the ISO and PAS standards on the Net zero journey

Sustainability & Low Carbon, Corporate Social Responsibility

24/07/2024 10:00 am

24/07/2024 11:00 am

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For further information on this event, please contact: The Policy Team on 0333 320 0333 or email policy@emc-dnl.co.uk

Description

This webinar is delivered by Julie Adams a Carbon, Cost and Procurement Consultant with Auditel, a leading Cost, Procurement and Carbon specialist organisation.

Auditel help organisations reduce their carbon emissions whilst also reducing their costs. In the current challenging economic climate, organisations are battling with the desire to drive growth and profitability, whilst investing in low carbon emitting technologies to reduce their carbon footprint and speed up their journey to achieving Net Zero.

This session will be delivered as an online webinar via MS Teams

Overview

This webinar is for people who are confused by how the various carbon ISO and PAS standards apply to their industry which can be complex in areas of export manufacturing, construction, or suppliers into this supply chain.

We will cover the difference between ISO14064 and ISO14068 which will supersede PAS2060 and the ensuing different choices of carbon neutral and carbon net zero focus. We will also talk about PAS2080 and the impact on the infrastructure and construction supply chain. Finally, we will touch on the CBAM the new cross border carbon accountancy effecting manufacturers in roll out at the moment for certain goods going to the EU and the impact this could have on business. In discussions on PAS2080 and CBAM we will touch on the whole life carbon and embedded carbon topics, key to understanding this area of what can be a more complex carbon accounting sector.

The session will include a focus those organisations working in the infrastructure, manufacturing, the construction sectors and any in the relative supply chains

Additional Information

This project is funded by the UK Government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF) in partnership with East Midlands Chamber.

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