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More businesses than ever are committing to net zero – yet global emissions continue to increase. How can this be so?
One key factor is the accuracy gap: the delta between the emissions organisations think they are producing and the emissions they are actually producing.
When businesses don’t calculate their full emissions, the resulting blind spots lead to inadequate reduction measures, underreported emissions, and insufficient climate targets. This not only prevents businesses from effectively fighting climate change, but also blocks business opportunities and endangers brand equity.
In short, flawed calculations lead to flawed results – which can expose businesses to severe consequences.
This panel explains how businesses can close the accuracy gap – and prevent its most damaging consequences – using comprehensive, accurate carbon accounting.
Kristian Rönn, CEO, Normative
Martin Pei, Chief Technology Officer, SSAB
Anders Egelrud, CEO, Stockholm Exergi
Lisa Bolin, Climate Lead, Polestar
Jonas Otterheim, Head of Climate Action, Volvo Cars
Jenny Järnfeldt Nordh, ESG Director, Einride
Erika Sundell, Impact Manager, Doconomy
Cassandra Julin, Head of Global PR & Communications, Normative