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Contributions: How technology can be a positive enabler of climate action

Join our breakfast event co-hosted with Patch and KOKO.

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London
Date
6 February 24Past event
Time
8:30 AM GMT
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English
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As the corporate climate journey evolves and more regulations arise, companies are faced with a period of uncertainty, and challenges on how contributions fit into their overall sustainability strategies and continue to have a positive impact. 

Join our breakfast event to find out how data and technology can help you take control of your climate journey and learn how to use climate contributions effectively. 

We’ll discuss how:

  • Contributions are a key driver for climate action within your entire company’s climate journey. 

  • Technology can help you tackle the inefficiencies of the VCM. 

  • Carbon markets are crucial in supporting climate projects. 

  • Business leaders like CSOs, CFOs and CPOs play a pivotal role in contributing to carbon neutrality. 

There will be an audience Q&A following the panel discussion. 

This event is co-hosted by Sweep, Patch and KOKO. 

Renaud Bettin

VP Climate Action & Sales Enablement

As Sweep’s VP Climate Action, Renaud brings to Sweep a decade of experience in the field of carbon offsetting and corporate climate strategy.

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Ed Agnew

Director, Climate

By harnessing carbon markets to fund the world’s first renewable cooking fuel utility, KOKO is driving the transition from deforestation-based charcoal for more than a million Kenyan households.

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Grace Pluvinage

Strategic Partnerships

Grace is a Strategic Partnerships Specialist at Patch, a platform scaling unified climate action.

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