The Climate Registry (TCR) is creating a global, cross-sectoral Carbon Neutrality Database with the help of international experts from around the world.
The database will help ratchet up global ambition and action on climate change by serving as a “one-stop shop” for information about carbon-neutral pledges and pathways, reports and research, and leaders in the field. This centralized repository will help standardize carbon neutrality commitments, ensure transparency, and will empower organizations and governments to institute and deliver on ambitious climate pledges and pathways.
Join us for a virtual discussion on this historic initiative. Climate leaders from the business, government and nonprofit communities will provide their perspectives on a range of key issues related to carbon neutrality. TCR will also provide an overview of and seek feedback on key components of the database, such as transparency requirements, disclosure, scaling or rating systems, and the resources provided in the database.
Erica Bowman, Director of Resource and Environmental Planning and Strategy at Southern California Edison
Edan Dionne, VP, Environmental, Energy & Chemical Management Programs, Corporate Environmental Affairs at IBM
Niclas Svenningsen, Manager for the Global Climate Action team in the UNFCCC Secretariat
Amy Holm, Executive Director, The Climate Registry (moderator)
The Climate Registry (TCR) is a non-profit organization governed by U.S. states and Canadian provinces and territories. TCR empowers North American organizations to reduce greenhouse gases (GHGs) by helping them measure, report, and verify their carbon footprints. TCR also drives climate ambition by developing innovative programs and services that reduce carbon, recognizing and showcasing sub-national leadership, and building strategic partnerships with and between national and international entities.
The Carbon Neutrality Database is sponsored by IBM, Clif Family Foundation, Enlyst Fund and C2ES.