Watch our 2018 webinars
Thursday, June 7th 3-4pm EST
Inventory to Action: Moving Beyond Carbon Reporting to Renewable Energy Strategies
A webinar with WSP
Are your suggestions to report on sustainability activities and performance falling on deaf ears? We will help you think through the business case for reporting on environmental sustainability activities and performance, and how to show your organization the value of transparency.
Green power is increasingly becoming a part of standard sustainability reporting and leading sustainability programs. Developing a strategy for green power procurement will help ensure that organizations define and achieve their objectives in an efficient and cost-effective way. WSP will present an overview of green power options with a focus on offsite renewables and utility green power products.
Watch this webinar if you're interested in: Energy Strategy, Science Based Targets, GHG Emissions, Reporting, Transparency.
Wednesday, June 13th 1-2pm EST
Innovative Funding for On-Site Energy Projects
A webinar with RENEW Energy Partners LLC
This webinar will present third party funding options for energy retrofits and on site clean energy projects in Commercial, Industrial and Institutional portfolios. The webinar will present case studies of successful Energy Service Agreements and Power Purchase Agreements in these sectors.
Watch this webinar if you're interested in: Financing Tools, Energy Entrepreneurship, Resources.
Thursday, June 14th 3-4pm EST
Sustainable Spend Analysis: An efficient and effective way to gauge the sustainability impacts of your organization's supply chain
A webinar with VitalMetrics
Tune in to learn about supply chain sustainability and tools to help you tackle it. The supply chain often embodies the majority of an organization's environmental, social, and economic impacts, but collecting data from suppliers and measuring their sustainability impacts is resource intensive and often cost-prohibitive.
Using robust, peer-reviewed impact data and a life cycle approach, Sustainable Spend Analysis can quickly and efficiently gauge the sustainability impacts of an organization's supply chain using spend data, a readily available resource. It enables organizations to identify and target suppliers, and also helps identify areas of potential environmental, economic, or reputational risks embedded in the supply chain. The approach has been successfully applied to state and local governments, cities and municipalities, small to medium sized enterprises, and multinational corporations.
Join us to learn what spend analysis is, how it can be leveraged, and what tools and resources are available to conduct one for your organization.
Watch this webinar if you're interested in: GHG Emissions, Supply Chain Sustainability.
Wednesday, June 20th 3-4pm EST
Saving Cash and Carbon: Financing Efficiency Projects with Commercial PACE
A webinar with CleanFund (PACE)
This session will provide a deeper dive into the process, considerations, and use cases for Commercial PACE financing, and focus on how to articulate the value of a project and its financing options to business and real estate owners. Through case studies and cash flow analyses, you will learn how financing options affect cash flows, as well as how to identify and make the business case for the finance mechanism that drives the most value and can move your project forward.
Watch this webinar if you're interested in: Financing Tools, Energy Efficiency.
Thursday, June 21st 1-2pm EST
The Potential of Corporate Renewables Procurement
A webinar with Business Renewables Center (Rocky Mountain Institute)
Why should you care about corporate renewable procurement? Learn why through the size, scope, market mechanisms and emerging trends in this rapidly growing space.
Watch this webinar if you're interested in: Renewables Procurement, Stakeholder Engagement.
Thursday, June 27th 8-9am EST
Corporate Energy Management and Diagnostics
A webinar with Jianbo Duan, Principle Engineer
Mr. Duan is a principal engineer and senior energy efficiency consultant and educator with intensive technical and management experience in energy management.In this webinar, Mr. Duan will provide an overview of the corporate energy management and the best practices in China. He will also talk about how to apply the methods of smart energy diagnostics to improve corporate energy management.
Webinar ID: 848-819-707
Wednesday, June 27th 1-2pm EST
Making The Business Case For Energy Storage
A webinar with Tesla
This webinar will discuss in detail the recent advancements in the field of stationary energy storage market, introduce Tesla's Powerpack solution, which is a fully integrated, AC-connected energy storage system and also share some case studies on how the Powerpack solution can help businesses and utilities reduce costs, achieve their renewable energy goals, backup critical systems, and fulfill other energy management objectives.
Watch this webinar if you're interested in: Energy Storage.
Thursday, June 28th 3-4pm EST
Diving into Solar Procurement
A webinar with Social Solar
Want to know the the major steps of solar procurement? Looking for a plan to become a smart buyer of solar energy? This webinar is designed to help EDF Climate Corps fellows and agency leaders lay the framework to turn their interest in solar into successful installations.
Watch this webinar if you're interested in: Solar, Renewables Procurement.
Thursday, July 5th 8-9am EST
Corporate Renewable Energy Procurement in China
A webinar with Rocky Mountain Institute
More and more international corporations are setting targets to procure renewables around the globe. While corporate renewable procurement markets are relatively mature in the U.S. and Europe, China is still nascent in this area while of great interest to many multinational and domestic corporations. This webinar will provide an overview on China’s renewable energy market, as well as a roadmap on the options that companies can choose to meet their renewable energy targets in China. This webinar will be presented in Mandarin.
Watch this webinar if you're interested in: Solar, Renewables Procurement, China
Webinar ID: 177-942-611
Wednesday, July 11th 3-4pm EST
Refresher Course: Telling Your EDF Climate Corps Story (for fellows only)
A webinar with EDF
The Climate Corps Marcomm team will review the storytelling workshop they presented during the training and would like to help several of you work on your summaries. Send Natalie a rough draft at firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP to participate! It'll be a safe space where everyone can help each other out, and by the end, you'll have a better summary!
Thursday, July 12th 1-2pm EST
Natural Gas Data, Meet Interval Analytics
A webinar with Gridium
Bringing energy efficiency data analytics to the newest data set in the industry–natural gas interval data–makes advanced building operations more informed and more meaningful. This isn't just simultaneous heating and cooling, it's new benchmarks and new energy efficiency screening insights!
Watch this webinar if you're interested in: Energy Technology, Data Analysis.
Wednesday, July 18th 1-2pm EST
EDF Climate Corps – Final Deliverables (for fellows only)
A webinar with EDF
This webinar will prepare all fellows for completing their final deliverables for EDF and their host organizations. Stephanie will cover tips for successful final presentations, explain expectations for the final report, and walk through the process for submitting final deliverables to EDF. Every fellow should attend this webinar to ensure that they complete the necessary requirements to successfully complete the program!
Thursday, July 19th 3-4pm EST
The Power of People! Engaging Employees to Accelerate Sustainability Impacts
Many sustainability efforts focus on technology—saving energy via lighting retrofits, for example. When organizations want to achieve breakthrough results, though, the focus has to broaden from technology to operations—to the practices of the people who are actually involved! An engaged workforce is a critical component of successful sustainability efforts, so it is vital that business leaders understand how to engage employees, from the C-suite to rank-and-file staff.
In this webinar we’ll talk about the importance of employee engagement, share real-world case studies from two of the leading entities helping companies engage employees, and illustrate how individual engagement can facilitate broader cultural shifts, leading to increased innovation, resilience, and profits.
Watch this webinar if you're interested in: Stakeholder Engagement.
Wednesday, July 25th 1-2pm EST
Calculate, Reduce and Offset Your Carbon Emissions
A webinar with CO2logic
Join Professor Arnaud Brohé for an accessible and comprehensive overview of carbon accounting. Arnaud will discuss the various methods and instruments used by countries, cities, and companies to calculate, reduce and internalize the cost of carbon – including a comparison of production vs. consumption GHG inventories and a discussion on carbon taxation, carbon markets and voluntary offsetting. Special emphasis will be placed on case studies and practical examples of how to calculate, reduce, offset and disclose your carbon footprint.
Watch this webinar if you're interested in: Carbon Accounting, GHG Emissions.
Tuesday, August 14 8-9am EST
China’s Environmental Laws and Enterprises Environmental Compliance
Xiaofan Cao, Associate Professor, Hebei University of Environmental Engineering
In this webinar, Professor Cao will summarize the current environmental laws in China and interpret the most important parts for corporate environmental compliances, with real cases to show how enterprises in China can reduce their legal risks through better environmental management and best practices. This webinar will be in Mandarin Chinese.
Tuesday, August 21 8-9am EST
China’s Pathway to Paris Agreement and Forward
A webinar with Xiang Gao, Associate Researcher, Energy Research Institute, National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC)
Mr. Gao is the associate research at NDRC’s Energy Research Institute and the key member of China’s negotiation team for the Paris Agreement. In this webinar, Mr. Gao will share with us his stories and insights behind the Paris Agreement and interpret China’s climate policies and global climate governance from research and policy perspectives. This webinar will be in Mandarin Chinese.
Thursday, September 10 8-9am EST
China’s Emission Trading System and Corporate Compliance
A webinar with Mr. Xin Zhang, Director of National Center for Climate Change Strategy and International Cooperation
Since 2011, the Chinese government has established piloting Emission Trading Systems (ETS) in seven major cities and provinces in the country. In Dec, 2017, the national ETS market was launched and started covering more than 1700 enterprises in China. The national ETS market in China is expected to be the largest one worldwide and will cover more enterprises and industries in near future. How does the national ETS operate in China? What kind of impacts will be brought to corporate sustainability by the national ETS? And what are the major takeaways for corporate ETS compliance? Mr. Xin Zhang, the architect of the national ETS in China and the director of National Center for Climate Change Strategy and International Cooperation, will provide a deep dive of the national ETS to us at this webinar and share his insights with our China network. The webinar will be in Mandarin Chinese.