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How Companies Signal the Market for Climate Innovation
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Join Daniel Hill, Director of Business and Innovation at EDF and creator of #OpenDoorClimate, as he discusses the different ways that companies send demand signals to innovators to find missing climate solutions.

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Unpacking Scope 3 Emissions

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Join David Jaber, Founder of Climate Positive Consulting, for an introduction to scope 3 emissions and their role in corporate carbon accounting.


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David Jaber, Founder, Climate Positive Consulting

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Join David Jaber, Founder of Climate Positive Consulting, for an introduction to scope 3 emissions and their role in corporate carbon accounting.


Meet the speaker:

David Jaber, Founder, Climate Positive Consulting

David Jaber is the Founder of Climate Positive Consulting, a firm that analyzes carbon footprint, crafts climate strategy, and drives greenhouse gas reduction. Over the last 20 years, David has worked with more than 180 companies to help them advance environmental excellence. He is the author of  “Climate Positive Business! How You and Your Company Hit Bold Climate Goals and Go Net Zero” and is a Project Drawdown Fellow. David holds engineering degrees from Rice University and University of California-Berkeley.



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Join David Jaber, Founder of Climate Positive Consulting, for an introduction to scope 3 emissions and their role in corporate carbon accounting.


Meet the speaker:

David Jaber, Founder, Climate Positive Consulting

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Join David Jaber, Founder of Climate Positive Consulting, for an introduction to scope 3 emissions and their role in corporate carbon accounting.


Meet the speaker:

David Jaber, Founder, Climate Positive Consulting

David Jaber is the Founder of Climate Positive Consulting, a firm that analyzes carbon footprint, crafts climate strategy, and drives greenhouse gas reduction. Over the last 20 years, David has worked with more than 180 companies to help them advance environmental excellence. He is the author of  “Climate Positive Business! How You and Your Company Hit Bold Climate Goals and Go Net Zero” and is a Project Drawdown Fellow. David holds engineering degrees from Rice University and University of California-Berkeley.



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Carbon Accounting and Reduction

Learn the principles and methods of carbon accounting and reporting for businesses and the process of establishing meaningful reduction targets. Find out more about our four-week online Carbon Accounting and Reduction course.

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Transforming Climate Anxiety into Workplace Action

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Sep 12 • 3:00 PM CUT
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Are you worried about the climate crisis and don’t know where to begin to take action? A good place to start is your workplace. Companies wield enormous influence,... Read more

Are you worried about the climate crisis and don’t know where to begin to take action? A good place to start is your workplace. Companies wield enormous influence, and they have an important role to play in reducing emissions and advocating for climate policy. When employees speak, companies act. 


According to Kite Insights, 8 out of 10 employees say they are ready and willing to take action on climate change in their jobs, but fewer than half feel “very” or “quite able” to do so. Join ClimateVoice for a dynamic conversation about how employees can speak up to raise the bar on corporate climate advocacy.


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Deborah McNamara, Executive Director of ClimateVoice

Deborah McNamara is the Executive Director of ClimateVoice, having worked for social change, environmental, and climate justice-focused nonprofits for over 20 years. Her most recent work includes leading climate-focused campaigns targeting fossil fuel finance, promoting climate solutions and a just transition away from fossil fuels, and enacting strong local climate policy. She studied Environmental Policy and Philosophy at Boston University and received a Master’s degree in Environmental Leadership from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado.



Jennifer Allyn, Director of Programs and Campaigns, ClimateVoice

Jennifer Allyn leads campaigns for ClimateVoice to mobilize companies to lobby for bold and equitable climate policy. In 2023, she earned a Master’s degree from Columbia University’s new Climate School with a focus on climatology, public policy, and environmental justice. Jennifer started her career leading diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives, most recently as a Managing Director at PwC.



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Advocating for Climate Policy in the Workplace

The course draws on the expertise of ClimateVoice–a non-profit that leverages the power of corporate influence from climate-positive companies to win crucial power battles–to outline the importance of strong climate policy advocacy at work, regardless of your role.

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Are you worried about the climate crisis and don’t know where to begin to take action? A good place to start is your workplace. Companies wield enormous influence,... Read more

Are you worried about the climate crisis and don’t know where to begin to take action? A good place to start is your workplace. Companies wield enormous influence, and they have an important role to play in reducing emissions and advocating for climate policy. When employees speak, companies act. 


According to Kite Insights, 8 out of 10 employees say they are ready and willing to take action on climate change in their jobs, but fewer than half feel “very” or “quite able” to do so. Join ClimateVoice for a dynamic conversation about how employees can speak up to raise the bar on corporate climate advocacy.


Meet the speakers

Deborah McNamara, Executive Director of ClimateVoice

Deborah McNamara is the Executive Director of ClimateVoice, having worked for social change, environmental, and climate justice-focused nonprofits for over 20 years. Her most recent work includes leading climate-focused campaigns targeting fossil fuel finance, promoting climate solutions and a just transition away from fossil fuels, and enacting strong local climate policy. She studied Environmental Policy and Philosophy at Boston University and received a Master’s degree in Environmental Leadership from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado.



Jennifer Allyn, Director of Programs and Campaigns, ClimateVoice

Jennifer Allyn leads campaigns for ClimateVoice to mobilize companies to lobby for bold and equitable climate policy. In 2023, she earned a Master’s degree from Columbia University’s new Climate School with a focus on climatology, public policy, and environmental justice. Jennifer started her career leading diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives, most recently as a Managing Director at PwC.



About the course

Advocating for Climate Policy in the Workplace

The course draws on the expertise of ClimateVoice–a non-profit that leverages the power of corporate influence from climate-positive companies to win crucial power battles–to outline the importance of strong climate policy advocacy at work, regardless of your role.

Policy / Advocacy & Activism / Corporate Sustainability
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