Business Workshop on Carbon: Q&A with the Professionals

Wednesday, June 17, 2020
Noon-1 p.m. CDT

This webinar builds on the recent Business Workshop on Carbon at the Nelson Institute’s Earth Day Conference. It's a deeper conversation about the information shared during the original four-part workshop, which included sessions on key terms, carbon reduction and management tools, carbon strategies, and leadership.

The session features carbon management professionals from Evolution Marketing, Natural Capital Partners, WMEP Manufacturing Solutions, and the Dane County Office of Energy and Climate Change. Jessy Servi Ortiz with the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council is the moderator.


Previous Sessions and Materials

Defining Carbon Jargon

Explore the key terms, review case studies and learn about resources you need to know when beginning and advancing in your carbon journey.

Carbon Reduction and Management Tools

Learn how you can reduce your carbon footprint starting with efficiency. This session will also talk about free market tools available to support carbon tracking and overall sustainability programming for your business.

Strategies to Address Carbon in Your Business

This webinar will give you an overview of the journey that a business goes on to measure and address carbon, unpack the business case for climate, dive into carbon offset strategies, and explore how to communicate your strategy.

Innovation and Climate Leadership by Business

Businesses today are leading in actions to address climate and carbon concerns in ways that improve environmental performance, strengthen their business, and meet the expectations of the communities in which they operate and serve. In this session you will hear from two pioneering companies setting precedents for carbon actions and strategies taken globally.



Organizing Partners:

Evolution Marketing
Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council

Event Partners:

Natural Capital Partners
Dane County Office of Energy and Climate Change
WMEP Manufacturing Solutions
UW-Madison Grainger Center for Supply Chain
UW-Madison Office of Business Engagement

Promotional Partners: