How carbon credit sellers can meet the needs of buyers in the evolving VCM
About The Webinar
Corporate climate action is accelerating rapidly, with an 87% increase in companies setting science-based targets in 2022 and 929 companies from the Forbes 2000 list have set net zero targets. This is driving critical funding to climate action projects, yet there are challenges for carbon credit sellers. The continued evolution of standards in the VCM, new and impending legislative change in the US, Europe and beyond, are making the purchase process more rigorous. Sophisticated and emerging buyers want deeper diligence and rigor related to MRV, in addition to centralized visibility and communication of their purchases, across the full carbon credit lifecycle, from issuance, through sale, to retirement.
How can carbon credit sellers best navigate this evolving space and capitalize on the opportunities? In this webinar, Robert Ralph, Carbon Partnerships & Growth, Patch will be joined by Jonathan Mulder, CTO at Respira, John Greenfield, Head of Business Development at Noya, and Erin Horleman, Director, Business Development at Carbon Streaming Corporation to discuss how carbon credit companies can successfully navigate these trends and grow their business into 2024.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- What buyers are looking for from carbon credit sellers
- How robust and transparent operations help internal teams better serve customers
- How software can help attract and serve large buyers and the long tail of emerging buyers