Webinar looks at challenges and trends for organizations’ climate agenda

The event will celebrate the publication of 2021 cycle greenhouse gas emission inventories. This year, a record 193 organizations published these inventories.

The Center for Sustainability Studies (FGVCes) at Fundação Getulio Vargas’ Sao Paulo School of Business Administration (FGV EAESP) will hold the 13th edition of the Brazilian GHG Protocol Program’s Annual Event on September 16, at 2 pm, on FGV’s YouTube channel. It will look at the financial markets’ expectations regarding transparency and Brazilian companies’ growing climate-related ambitions.

The event will celebrate the publication of 2021 cycle greenhouse gas emission inventories. This year, a record 193 organizations published these inventories. The event will present the results of the inventories and also the findings of a survey of program members about several topics, including the pandemic’s impacts on their businesses and consequently their greenhouse gas emissions.

The event will also feature a thematic panel discussion with Rafaella Dortas, the head of ESG at BTG Pactual; Ana Buchaim, the executive director for people, marketing, communication and sustainability at B3; and Carlos Takahashi, the chairman of BlackRock Brasil. The moderator will be Guarany Osório of FGVces.

The Brazilian Greenhouse Gas Protocol Program emerged in 2008, adapted to Brazil’s context by FGVces and the World Resources Institute, in partnership with the Environment Ministry, the Brazilian Business Council for Sustainable Development (CEBDS), the British Embassy in Brazil, the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBSCD) and 27 founding companies. Its Public Emissions Registry is now the largest database of corporate inventories publicly available in Latin America.

To take part in the event, please sign up here.

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