Multinational corporations share the hard work required to make SBTs real. Hear how women leaders are taking on the low emissions transition. Navigant will host a briefing to explore how women
Multinational corporations share the hard work required to make SBTs real.
Hear how women leaders are taking on the low emissions transition. Navigant will host a briefing to explore how women leaders at Mars, McDonald’s, Microsoft, and UN Global Compact/SBTi are driving change in the science based trenches at corporations to set world class targets. Moderated by Karin Corfee of Navigant, the panel will share insider insights.
On Thursday, September 13th at 8:15 a.m., Navigant will host a briefing to explore how women leaders are driving change in the trenches of science-based target setting to make world class carbon reduction commitments.
During this inspiring breakfast meeting moderated by Navigant’s Karin Corfee, Ashley Allen, Climate and Land Senior Manager at Mars Inc., will discuss her company’s Sustainable In A Generation Plan and Mars’ ambition to transform global agricultural supply chains. Rachael Sherman, Director Global Supply Sustainability at McDonald’s, will talk about the corporation’s Scale for Good targets and its plans to cut emissions by 30% from restaurants and suppliers. Elizabeth Willmott, Environmental Sustainability Program Manager at Microsoft, will highlight how the company is expanding its pledge to cut its operational emissions by 75% by 2030, and Heidi Huusko, Senior Manager, Environment & Climate at UN Global Compact, will share insights on the Science Based Targets initiative and the 2020 check-in.
The panel discussion will be followed by a Q&A session and networking.
(Thursday) 8:15 am - 10:15 am
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