Directors and Supervisors to discuss Net Zero Strategies

12 February 2024 17:47

Center for Green Economy

Taipei - The Center for Green Economy at the Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research and ERM Taiwan are hosting the Corporate Sustainable and Net Zero Strategies course on March 7. The course will equip directors and supervisors with the tools needed to lead their organizations toward achieving net-zero emissions.

As combatting climate change becomes a global imperative, Taiwanese corporations face increasing pressure to adopt sustainable practices and reduce their carbon footprints. 

In response to this pressing need for corporate sustainability and environmental stewardship, the Center for Green Economy at the Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research (CIER) in collaboration with ERM Taiwan will host a course entitled "Corporate Sustainable and Net Zero Strategies” on March 7 at the Shangri-La Far Eastern in Taipei from 9:00 to 16:30.  

CIER conducts research and advances policies that promote sustainable economic development. ERM Taiwan is a leading global provider of environmental, risk, and social consulting services for organizations that want to effectively address sustainability challenges.

"We are thrilled to offer this transformative course in partnership with ERM Taiwan," said Center of Green Economy Director Chun Hsu Lin. "In today's rapidly evolving business landscape, corporate leaders must understand the significance of adopting sustainable practices and reducing carbon emissions."

"Corporate Sustainable and Net Zero Strategies” will equip directors and supervisors with the essential knowledge and tools needed to lead their organizations toward achieving net-zero emissions and implementing effective carbon reduction strategies. 

Other topics will include ESG strategies analysis, fostering circular economies, identifying emerging supply chain issues, PFAS, and the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures.

Interested directors and supervisors can register for the course here.

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