S&P Global – Pathways to Zero: Investing in Voluntary Carbon Markets

Understand the value of a carbon credit and explore the role of offsetting in your ESG strategy.

As the momentum to limit global warming gains pace, carbon markets have become essential for corporations looking to tackle their emissions profile and make progress in their journey to Net Zero. Recent price fluctuations and a lack of transparency, however, have increased scrutiny of real-world decarbonization results. Investor Relations and Corporate Issuers are increasingly tasked with driving investment in carbon-avoidance and removal projects as part of their corporate finance goals – but how can this be done in the most meaningful way?

Join S&P Global experts for an interactive webinar that considers the role of carbon offsetting in the journey to Net Zero, as well as the principles essential to maintaining its integrity. The webinar will explore what’s behind a carbon credit, how different credit types are valued, and who is certifying their impact – with best practice strategies for issuers and IR professionals.

Attendees will gain insights into the following:

  • The  role of the Voluntary Carbon Markets in Energy Transition
  • Market evolution, the scope for growth and price trends
  • “High quality” carbon credits and the role of Standards
  • Communicating credit selection criteria to investors
  • Best practices and outlooks for carbon offsetting beyond 2022
  • Q&A with speakers


Apr 28 2022


9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

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