Launched at COP27, the ISO Net Zero Guidelines tackle a major roadblock for a world: the fragmented net zero governance landscape.
Competing approaches and concepts for “Net Zero” sow confusion and leave organisations struggling to navigate what they should do and which initiatives they should look to for best practice.
The ISO Net Zero Guidelines provide a common reference-point for credible net zero action that can be used immediately , offering a global basis for harmonizing, understanding, and planning for net zero for actors at the state, regional, city and organizational level. It was developed in a consensus-led process in the international standards system involving over 1,200 organizations and individuals from over 100 countries.
Join us to learn about the ISO Net Zero Guidelines and how they can be used to support your organisation to accelerate to Net Zero, and the important role they play in supporting better and more consistent governance across all global jurisdictions.
Axel is an experienced executive and non-executive director. He is a Managing Partner at Syntegra-ESG, advising and guiding leaders on how to develop, activate and amplify the power of their brand and people to positively impact society and the natural environment profitably.
Axel also fulfills the role of trainer & strategic partner at Stucki Leadership-Teambuilding AG, Switzerland, and has been successfully doing so for the last 22 years, 10 years of which were providing leadership training for Bosch.
In March 2021, Axel was appointed as Vice Chair of the ISO Technical Committee for the Governance of Organizations (TC309). He has been the co-convener of ISO/TC309/WG1 ISO37000 Governance of organizations – Guidance since the position was established in September 2017. Axel is also Chairman of the Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards’ national mirror committee, NMC-309 on Governance of organizations.
Axel’s directorship positions include
– UWC International
– Chair, Caribbean Corporate Governance Institute
– Chair, Murphy Clarke Financial Limited
– Non-executive Director, Dialogue Solutions
Emily is a facilitator of the ISO Net Zero Guidelines International Workshop Agreement process and the policy and engagement lead for Our 2050 World.
Emily joined The British Standards Institution (BSI) in May 2022 as a Net Zero Policy Manager, leading on the delivery of the Our 2050 World global initiative.
Before joining BSI in May 2022, Emily worked at the UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) as a Senior Policy Advisor, Net Zero Strategy.
Before joining BSI, he worked as the Chief of Digital Manufacturing for Rolls Royce and held senior roles at the Department for International Trade, working on their Aerospace Trade Strategy.
Daniel has a Masters in Engineering from Durham University.
Carolynn has spent the last 20 years assisting leaders and leadership teams to understand and apply governance principles and generate value for their organizations. She uses of her expertise and experience in corporate governance, organizational strategy, Digital Transformation and systems thinking to do so.
Carolynn has extensive management and governance experience and has held various Chief Information Officer, Chief Technology Officer, Board, Board Committee and Executive roles for international, listed, private and public organizations. This spans many industries, including financial services, health, energy, construction, education, tourism, media, non-profit and the public sector.
Carolynn is co-editor of the ISO standard for the governance of organizations (ISO 37000), co-convenor of the Governance Maturity Technical Committee (ISO 37004) and Chairperson of the associated South African Bureau of Standards mirror committee, TC309, where she also represents South Africa’s King Committee.
Carolynn is well known for her successes in designing and leading large, complex strategy and organizational transformation implementations – she attributes this success to the application of effective governance principles.
Carolynn has received numerous national and international accolades for public speaking.
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