Pathways to Net Zero Emissions
Type: White Paper
Categories: Commercial, GHG Emissions, Industrial
Date Published: 8/6/2020
Primary Topic: GHG Emissions
Since the 2018 release of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)’s special report on ways to limit global warming to 1.5°C, which stated the need to reach global “net zero” emissions by 2050, many organizations have either initiated or stepped up their carbon reduction commitments to take action to achieve this goal. But committing to reach net zero emissions and understanding how to undertake that effort are two very different things.
Pathways to Net Zero from 3Degrees will discuss:
- A comprehensive assessment of net zero and why it’s important
- The variety of options available to address Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions
- The actions that companies can take to get started immediately -- no matter the size of the company or budget
Explore this white paper to learn more about net zero and how your organization can reduce emissions as much as possible, as soon as possible.
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