The course lecturer Patrizia Tomasi-Bensik is recognized by the UNCC (United Nations Climate Change) as an expert in CDM (Clean Development Mechanism) carbon credits.
Eco-Sustainability, including CSR (Corporate and Social Responsibility) and ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) are standards that organizations, all over the globe, can no longer ignore. At the same time, opportunities in creating value out of the demand for eco-sustainable solutions need to be correctly appraised and explored, for they will define the future of any business in the next 20 years.
"ZerO2Nature: Opportunities in the Epiconomy - Introduction" is aimed at those who want to learn about the green market and detect business opportunities in this area. The participant will become familiar with how the system for the generation and retirement of ecological credits functions and obtain a broad and clear view of the green market. This executive training serves as a perfect gateway to the world of green economy possibilities.Learn more
To expand their knowledge on the green economy, participants will get to grips with ESG issues, become aware of specific tools for carrying out inventories, projects, and environmental audits, be able to develop corporate ESG strategies, receive intelligence on and guidance to monitor the latest market trends in eco-sustainability, learn how to monetize eco-sustainable activities within a business, become familiar with international standards on eco-sustainability reporting and carbon credit generation, and comprehend how to operate in the carbon market.Learn more
The course "ZerO2Nature: Opportunities in the Epiconomy - Immersion" is a junction between "ZerO2Nature: Opportunities in the Epiconomy - Introduction" and "ZerO2Nature: Opportunities in the Epiconomy - Advanced" . After completing this immersion successfully, the participant will be prepared to engage in the green market and access the skills necessary for developing, positioning, and implementing knowledge on eco-sustainability, communicating this correctly with all the relevant internal and external stakeholders of the business. This includes a clear understanding of eco-sustainability in relation to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, a very consistent approach regarding climate change, and all initiatives regarding negative emissions, including reductions of carbon.Learn more
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