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Forest, land & agriculture-related emissions are responsible for 22% of global greenhouse gas emissions, making land sector emissions reductions a powerful lever in mitigating climate change. Food & beverage companies are uniquely positioned to act as catalysts for climate mitigation by measuring, reporting & reducing their land-sector emissions in line with scientific standards. Companies that have, or plan to set science-based targets will be required to set a FLAG target, pending the release of the GHG Protocol's LSR Guidance in 2024.

Designed for food & beverage companies, this webinar will dive into how FLAG Guidance affects companies with land-sector emissions in their supply chain, covering:

An overview of the carbon accounting & reporting landscape, including SBTi's Forest, Land & Agriculture (FLAG) Guidance, & the GHG Protocol's draft Land Sector & Removals (LSR) Guidance
Which companies need to set FLAG targets, & by when
Key requirements of a FLAG target
HowGood's FLAG solution, & why granular emission factors are key to setting realistic FLAG targets
Join other leaders in the food & beverage industry to learn about the implications of FLAG Guidance for your overall decarbonization strategy!
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