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Factor CO2 holds the event: Science Based Targets: Presentation of the initiative to define objectives based on science, in Madrid

09 October 2018 | Mitigation

Today, October 10, 2018, the Factor team will hold the event: "Science Based Targets: Presentation of the initiative to define objectives based on science" at the Escuela de Organización Industrial, in Madrid.

According to the latest IPCC report, keeping the temperature increase below 1.5°C will mean that global CO2 emissions will have to decrease by 45% from 2010 levels by 2030, and reach zero by 2050.

The Science Based Targets (SBT) Initiative recognizes the urgency raised by the IPCC's 1.5°C report and supports its message for an unprecedented, rapid and far-reaching transition in energy, land, urban, infrastructure and industrial systems.

The event, organized by Factor, has three main objectives: to offer the keys of how to implement the definition of objectives based on science paying special attention to the methodology of work with the facilities, to know the benefits that are obtained by calculating the carbon footprint, as well as to be registered in the Science Based Targets, and to present important cases of success of several Spanish entities of different sectors.

The programme of the event will be as follows:

  • Presentation of the event. Ramón Gurriarán. Director of Postgraduate and Executive Education. EOI.
  • Presentation of the road map between Spain and Paris. Marta Hernández. Subdirectorate General for Coordination of Actions to Combat Climate Change. OECC.
  • Presentation of the trends of the Science Based Targets initiative. Paula Ruiz. Senior Manager and head of the Climate Change Cluster. FORÉTICA.
  • Work methodology for the implementation of the Science Based Targets. Asier Sopelana. Partner and Project Manager. FACTOR.

Afterwards, the presentation of success stories by representatives of leading companies will take place:

  • Telefónica. Maya Ormazabal, Environment Manager.
  • Red Eléctrica De España. Mercedes Vázquez, Sustainability.
  • Enagás. Carlos Ruiz, Director of Sustainability and Risks.
  • Acciona. David Álvarez, Sustainability Department.
  • Skunkfunk. Jon Curutchet, responsible for the supply chain and sustainability.

Finally, to close the event, the event's footprint will be offset through the intervention of José Magro González. Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility Manager of AENOR.

 

Since 2004, Factor CO2 has been offering technical consulting and market services for governments and international organizations, as well as for more than 400 companies.

 

 

Source: Factor CO2