Thursday, December 2, 2021, 3:00-5:00 PM (CET)
In this workshop, we will introduce you to the new EU Taxonomy regulation, and provide you with a 360 overview of how to deal with the regulatory requirements. This new regulation has been designed to direct investments towards sustainable projects. It will thus directly impact the activities of corporations and institutions with regard to their climate strategies.
One of the cornerstones of the EU Sustainable Finance Action Plan is to bring clarity to the market regarding which economic activities can be considered sustainable with the aim of encouraging sustainable investing and preventing greenwashing. The EU Taxonomy is an ambitious attempt to define these activities and the related technical standards for six environmental objectives.
Attendees will get profound know-how of the main contents of the EU Taxonomy regulation and learn about the interplay between corporate sustainability and capital markets. We will introduce participants to the main emission types and to the key instruments for reducing electricity-related emissions (Scope 2) and thus for meeting EU taxonomy requirements.
Participation Fee: €400 + VAT per participant
Our workshop is interactive and will provide practical examples.
An overview of major contents of the EU Taxonomy directives
Knowhow about emission thresholds.
Chances and obstacles of the directives.
“Great workshop! Well done and very useful information delivered in an excellent manner. I would highly recommend the Green Brain Academy Workshops to anyone interested in improving their knowledge on Power Purchase Agreements and the EU Taxonomy.”
Sustainability & Corporate Responsibility Management