Achieving a Stable Climate | Training | ethy

Achieving a Stable Climate

Explore ethy's Stable Climate standards – Committed to 1.5⁰C, Energy Efficient, Powered by Renewables, Carbon Offsets and Carbon Neutral.

Achieving a Stable Climate
Wednesday 21st September, 10:30AM - 12:00PM

Sustainability is a journey. The six paths of ethy's framework are the routes of progression along this journey to face the most pressing sustainability challenges of our time. The paths offer the widest opportunities for brands to have a positive impact on people, planet and animals.

Stable Climate is one of these paths. To maintain a habitable planet for humankind, we must halve greenhouse gas emissions before 2030, achieve net-zero emissions before 2050 and halt global temperature rise to 1.5°C.

Everyone has a part to play in reducing carbon emissions and maintaining a stable climate, in line with the Paris Agreement. Businesses are leading the way in evaluating their carbon emissions and setting zero carbon targets.

In this ethy accredited member training session, we will explore the different standards under ethy’s Stable Climate path:

  • Committed to 1.5⁰C
  • Energy Efficient
  • Powered by Renewables
  • Carbon Offsets
  • Carbon Neutral

The training will look at the differences between each standard and explore how businesses can accurately measure and set targets for carbon reductions. The training will provide information on options and opportunities to meet the Stable Climate standards and achieve the ethy trust marks.

We welcome any questions in the run-up to the event so we can better support your needs and ambitions.

Your trainer

Michelle Furtado

Michelle Furtado

Director at FuturEcoLogic

Michelle Furtado is a consultant working in the sustainability, built environment and environment sector, with an extensive view of the interconnectedness between challenges and solutions for the future. Experienced in communicating and delivering climate change, sustainability and environmental strategies and projects. Audiences have been wide ranging, from communities and voluntary organisations to Directors and Boards, at local, regional and national level. I volunteer for several associated organisations in the sustainability and environment field; currently Trustee, National Federation of Parks and Green Spaces (www.natfedparks.org.uk), Director, Green Tides CIC, and member of Worthing Climate Action Network.