carbon footprint to climate neutrality

COP26 Webinar Series: From carbon footprint to climate neutrality



Global warming and climate change caused by anthropogenic activity are no more theoretical speculation but reality. Society, governments, institutions, and companies are already adjusting their strategy and implementing concrete action (e.g., Fit for 55 in EU, USA goal for 100% carbon-free electricity by 2035, China aims 'carbon neutrality by 2060). Mitigation of global warming requires that the economic activity will become, to a large extent, "Climate-neutral. " But what does "climate neutral" exactly mean?

A well-established international standard to prove and get certified climate neutrality is PAS 2060. TÜV SÜD’s carbon neutrality webinar will guide the companies that aim to achieve GHG neutrality and communicate it to their customers in a transparent way.

Watch the on-demand session to get first-hand knowledge from our expertS about

  • Calculation principles of the GHG-emissions according to GHG-protocol
  • Explanation of Scopes 1, 2 & 3
  • Specific features of PAS 2060 (e.g. definition of climate neutrality, Qualifying Explanatory Statement, Management plan)
  • Off-setting of GHG-emissions



Sonia LeggSonia Legg

Webinar Host

A former broadcast journalist and television presenter who has worked for the BBC and Independent television in the UK. Sonia was also the Business Television Editor at Reuters international news agency for more than a decade, covering all the major global business stories post the financial crash. Now also a presentation skills consultant working with TÜV SÜD and others. Sonia will skilfully guide our speaker through this online event.



Georgios AgrafiotisGeorgios Agrafiotis

TÜV SÜD Expert

Georgios Agrafiotis has over 13 years of experience in certification of climate change projects according to CDM/JI/Gold Standard/ VCS, in certification of energy generation from renewable resources (GoOs) and climate neutrality according to PAS 2060.




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