Regional SBT Exchange

A series of sector-specific Q&A sessions on the Science Based Targets methodologies

In this series of moderated Q&A sessions – organized with the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) – we dive into the Science Based Targets methodologies and best practices in nine different sectors. Join us to get answers to your burning questions and in-depth discussions with industry peers.

Target group: Advanced companies delivering on SBTs or planning to set SBTs.

The Science Based Targets initiative is experiencing a surge in committed companies reaching over 3500 this summer. It shows a strong commitment from the private sector globally to deliver on the Paris agreement and choose transparent and scientific paths towards reaching a net-zero future.

In collaboration with the Science Based Targets initiative, local Global Compact networks from all over Europe are organizing a Regional Exchange series of sector-specific Q&As to address key challenges and best practices in decarbonizing each sector using the SBT methods.

The format allows you to post your questions ahead of the event enabling the climate experts to prepare thorough answers. Furthermore, each session will include a short presentation from companies that are successfully delivering on their SBT climate targets.

The sessions will be hosted by different local Global Compact networks. You can find a list of each session below along with links to event pages and registration links.

NB! Please bear ind mind that you need to register for the events via the e-learning platform UN Global Compact Academy and that you may post questions to the experts via the Academy until a week before each session. 

How to access the Academy

If you do not yet have an account on the UN Global Compact Academy it is very easy to get one!

All employees of companies participating in the UN Global Compact can gain access. You simply have to request access and create your account on 

About Science Based Targets

The Science Based Targets (SBTi) is a non-profit initiative which mobilizes companies to set science-based climate targets and boost their competitive advantage in the transition to a low-carbon economy.

The initiative assesses and approves company targets, offers resources, workshops, and guidance, and showcases companies that are part of the initiative.

The initiative has enjoyed considerable success and commitment from companies all over the world reaching well over 3000 in the summer of 2022.

As of August 2022, over 100 Danish companies have committed to the initiative, most of them also committed to the UN Global Compact.

Science Based Targets is a collaboration between Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), World Resources Institute (WRI), and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF).

Learn more

Date & time:
Fall 2022 (Ongoing)

Online via Zoom

For all employees of companies participating in the UN Global Compact.

Joachim Marc Christensen

Head of Programmes

Climate & Environment / Klima & Miljø
(+45) 26 92 99 75