Welcome to the Play to Zero Webinar Series: Approach to Carbon Neutrality presented by the Green Sports Alliance and Blue Strike Environmental!
About the Play to Zero Webinar Series: The Green Sports Alliance and Blue Strike Environmental are teaming up to provide members with a Play to Zero reporting framework and specific strategies to address emission reductions in the energy, waste, and transportation sectors.
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Investments in carbon reduction are like other strategic investments: results matter. We will introduce a robust scenario analysis tool to assess the results of multiple pathways toward net-zero emissions. Using inputs such as energy consumption, prices, emission factors, financing mechanisms, and GHG reduction strategies… clients can create, evaluate and compare multiple investment pathways to carbon neutral outcomes. The resulting strategy pathways are evaluated like any other strategic investment:
🎤 Where can you capture the low-hanging fruit?
🎤 What’s the net present value and IRR of each investment choice?
🎤 What is the value for money of your investments?
Using baselines and data-driven forecasts, the tool assesses results that drive decision-making.
What is Play to Zero? The Play to Zero reporting framework is a new leadership recognition platform and sustainability performance toolkit that will guide and celebrate progress toward a resilient future for the sport and our communities. Learn more here.
Why Play to Zero Webinars? The purpose of this series is to provide solutions for reaching net zero and better understand how the Play to Zero framework can promote achievements over time:
- Providing a comprehensive list of high-impact strategies that can be analyzed and prioritized based on feasibility and financial considerations
- Discussions on the challenge of Scope 3
- Introducing tools that can bundle strategies into 5, 10, and 15-year cash flow scenarios
- Presenting best practices that can be replicated across multiple venues
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