The Path to Net-Zero for Food & Retail

Due to climate change food and retail businesses are at risk of disruption. According to the UN’s Special Report on Climate Change and Land, the sector is responsible for nearly a third of the total greenhouse gas emissions.

In turn, investors, regulators, and consumers have increased pressure to make food & retail more sustainable. Companies are increasingly setting emissions targets and positioning operations to supply products that are more climate friendly.

In this roundtable, sector experts will share years of practical insights including: – Setting realistic emission reduction goals – Technology and operation considerations – Leveraging innovative financial models – Managing complex internal stakeholder environments.

This session is sponsored by Engie Impact.

Hosted by Jim McClelland of SustMeme

Speakers: Anna Dowson – Group Head of Energy at Tesco PLC

Mark Chadwick – Managing Director of Sustainability Solutions at Engie Impact

Emma Piercy – Head of Climate Change & Energy Policy at Food & Drink Federation

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