Thursday, 05 October 2023,
from 4:30 – 5:30 p.m.
On 5 October, we cordially invite you to our virtual Cloud Talk on the topic of «How useful are afforestation projects?» Together with Kahlil Baker, the founder of a large afforestation project in Nicaragua, and Silvana Comino, our internal expert for nature-based solutions, we will present the project in Nicaragua (known from the SRF 10vor10 report) in depth and learn first-hand about the challenges in the development and daily work. We will also discuss why forest protection and afforestation are essential for global climate protection, biodiversity and local communities. Kai Landwehr, Head of Corporate Marketing and Member of the Management Committee at myclimate, will lead the discussion.
Together with Kathrin Dellantonio, Managing Director of myclimate Switzerland, we will discuss where we stand in climate protection policy after Paris and Glasgow and how myclimate is positioning itself as an organisation to provide companies with the best possible advice on their climate protection commitment and to implement effective climate protection. Private sector commitment is urgently needed if the Paris climate goals are to be achieved. With our guests Axel Ritzberger, CEO of the Georg Utz Group, and Christof Huber, Director Festivals at Gadget abc Entertainment, we will introduce you to two exciting companies that have defined clear climate strategies in order to contribute to achieving the climate goals.
The EU's new sustainability reporting requirements have only recently been adopted: the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive, or CSRD for short, brings with it extensive requirements and innovations, and poses challenges for many companies.
For the introduction of the new label and the accompanying changes, myclimate is offering various information events (in German) where detailed information on the upcoming changes are provided.
Guests: Mischa Classen from the KliK Foundation, Thomas Paroubek from the Migros Cooperative Association
Recording of the myclimate Cloud Talk on the topic: What impact do the decisions of the Climate Change Conference - COP26 have on the voluntary and mandatory market?
Together with our invited experts, we showed what has changed as a result of the established set of rules (Paris Rulebook) for the international trading of carbon credits and discuss the resulting consequences for the voluntary and mandatory market.
The virtual event was moderated by Carolin Roth.
Guests: Lena Martinez da Silva, Technical Service Manager and Dr. Marianne Dölz, Junior Technical Service Manager at Jungbunzlauer
What opportunities does the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi) offer your company? Lena Martinez da Silva, Technical Service Manager and Dr. Marianne Dölz, Junior Technical Service Manager at Jungbunzlauer, together with Dr. Daniel Kammerer, Head of Consulting and Solutions at the myclimate foundation, talked about the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi) and the challenges and opportunities it offers companies. The event was moderated by Nadine Jürgensen. Using the example of the Jungbunzlauer company, it was shown why it is worthwhile as a company to set science-based and ambitious climate targets.
Guest: Bruno Schumacher, Head of Career Entry @swisspostDE
Sustainable development is a legally defined goal in Swiss vocational education and training. But how can companies optimally anchor the topics of sustainability and climate protection in their vocational training? How do such focal points help employees to shape their own everyday working life in a sustainable way? Can learners even be used as internal ambassadors to promote sustainable processes within the company itself?
In a one-hour live talk, Maxi Grebe, Head of Education and Mischa Kaspar, Project Manager Education at the myclimate foundation, and Bruno Schumacher, Head of Career Start at Swiss Post, discussed "Sustainability in Swiss vocational education and training".