Navigating Financed Emissions: Tools For Achieving Net Zero Goals

  • Webinar
  • Net Zero & Climate Risk

06, June 2024 - 1 hour

4:00 pm BST | 12:00 pm EDT | 9:00 am PDT

Navigating Financed Emissions: Tools For Achieving Net Zero Goals

For those managing financed emissions, there are three key challenges that need tackling - how to get reliable and standardized data, how to navigate a complex regulatory landscape, and how to integrate your decarbonization strategy within your investment portfolio. 

Luckily, our upcoming webinar covers just this. We will be sharing expert insights, trusted by over 150,000 decision-makers, on how to accurately track and manage your financed emissions, providing you with the tools needed to make informed decisions and optimize your sustainability performance.

Join us and discover:

  • How to navigate the complex regulatory landscape and adapt your strategy to upcoming changes
  • How to assess and choose the right software solution for your needs
  • How to effectively reduce financed emissions and align with global climate goals like the Paris Agreement

On this webinar

Adam Barnard

Principal Analyst

Adam is a Principal Analyst in the Verdantix Net Zero & Climate Risk practise. Prior to joining Verdantix, Adam was a Director at an environmentally focused US investment firm. Adam has previously held roles in London in investment management at Man Group, UBS and Morgan Stanley and in strategy at SABMiller in South Africa. Adam holds a Masters from Yale with a concentration on investment and the environment, a MBA with a concentration on impact investing and sustainability and a BCom(Honors) in Economics and Finance from the University of Cape Town

Gus Brewer


Gus is an Analyst in the Verdantix Net Zero & Climate Risk practice. Prior to joining Verdantix, Gus worked at Rio ESG, where he gained experience as a sustainability consultant, specializing in carbon accounting and environmental strategy. Gus holds a BA in Geography from the University of Exeter and a MSc in Carbon Management from the University of Edinburgh.