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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

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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