Subsessions Round 1

1A – Climate Net Zero in a challenging time – by Jono Adams & Jouke Roelfzema
There are multiple crises going on globally. What does a crisis mean for your business and how can you use it for positive change? How can an ambitious climate approach provide your company with a sustainable future? Jono and Jouke will explore this by interviewing two leading examples from the private sector.
Client cases: WeTransfer, Heerema Marine Contractors

1B – How retailers are the push behind certification – by Mark Huis in ‘t Veld
Certified (agri)food and non-food products are available in 14 European countries. Mark explains why retailers are the driving force behind getting products climate neutral certified. You will go on ‘expedition’ in the supply chains of agrifood products via some client cases (retailers) and learn all about sustaining them.

1C – Driving change through educating your stakeholders – by Alba Bonas & Gabrielle Smith
This session will discuss how to plan effective strategies that help empower employees to be active agents of change. Alba and Gabrielle will explain why it’s important, and then how you can do it. We will focus on learning and engagement, showing practical examples, as e.g. Vebego, and theoretical references.

1D – Carbon offsetting as part of the climate solution – by Miquel Rubio & Michiel Tijmensen
We need to accelerate climate action. Carbon offsetting should be, as a part of the solution, fit in your Net Zero strategy. While your reduction measures are being implemented, carbon offsetting will accelerate the global reduction of emissions. We look at the dynamics of the voluntary carbon markets, and how increased carbon prices lead to an increased number of projects that are being developed.
Client case: Ferrer

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Subsessions Round 2

2A – Does ESG have the power to drive radical change? – by Tim Clare & Wopke Geurts
With the rise of corporate sustainability and investment scrutiny, many organisations may get caught up in greenwashing scandals over the coming years. During this session, we’ll identify how to avoid this. With compliance disclosures as an increasingly important driver of ESG, Tim and Wopke show you how to address this.

2B – Building resilience through sustainability in your value chain – by Janne Kuhn & Bas Ooteman
Climate change is posing major challenges to value chains, however, productive and resilient organisations can still drive change through trying times. Janne and Bas will investigate how organisations can build this resiliency, from sourcing to packing process and design by examples from the coffee value chain.

2C – Kiss the soil: Reducing carbon using farmers and nature – by Geert Eenhoorn
Soil – the cure for the climate crisis? There is a global movement of “Regenerative Agriculture” that could help balance our climate, replenish our water supplies, and feed the world. Farming sustainably is the catalyst. Now, through AgriCarbon, CNG’s flagship carbon farming programme, farmers generate premium carbon credits which are purchased by companies looking to credibly offset their footprint. During this session, Geert will take you on the AgriCarbon journey and share his vision on how we can transform farming systems to restore balance to our climate.

2D – The heroic potential of brands in crisis – by James Wallis
Brands play a unique and important role in the global economy. They can be the most valuable asset and have the power to change things. In this session, James Wallis shares his view on how brands think about their role in a crisis, and how they can succeed by embracing challenges and contributing to the world we want.
Case: Nespresso

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