The Carbon Competitiveness Series (CCS)
Venue: Haymarker Publishing
|Event Date/Time: Mar 24, 2010||End Date/Time: Mar 24, 2010|
A Three-Part Series Of Practical & Informative
Second Generation Methods, Tools & Processes For
Reporting, Managing & Reducing Emissions To Gain
Do you want to learn how to measure your companyâ€™s true carbon performance and understand where you have gained competitive advantage?
Perhaps you want to gain the practical tools and processes necessary to improve your organisationâ€™s position in the league table? Or maybe you would like to reduce costs and future-proof against end-user requirements and forthcoming compliance labelling?
Whatever your requirements, ENDS Carbon are pleased to present the three-part Carbon Competitiveness Series of practical workshops to assist you in all of your carbon-related business aims.
All workshops will be led by Craig Mackenzie, Technical Director of ENDS Carbon.
Part One: Carbon Benchmarking - Positioning Yourself To Compete On Carbon
A One-Day Seminar, 24 March 2010
Companies are increasingly competing on carbon; to succeed in the race you need to know how you are positioned and how to position yourself. This seminar will use case studies of some recent carbon benchmarks to show why they are valuable, how they are conducted, and how to show your organisation in the best possible light.
Part Two: Carbon Reduction Commitment - Strategies For Long-Term League Table Success
A One-Day Seminar, 19 May 2010
Companies leading in the CRC stand to benefit from efficiency improvements, additional revenue, and positive brand exposure. This seminar will provide you with insights on the practical tools and processes necessary to improve your organisationâ€™s position in the league table and maximise returns to your business through CRC.
Part Three: Carbon Labelling - Measuring, Managing & Communicating Product Carbon Footprints
A One-Day Seminar, 6 July 2010
With increasing pressure to adopt carbon labelling in the consumer market, this seminar will provide an overview of the current state of carbon labelling practices, trends and legislation (in place and in the pipeline). In addition, there will be a discussion of the pros and cons of different strategies and methods, an assessment of likely customer demand (both wholesale and retail), information about how to overcome barriers for implementation, and projections for the future.