IN CONVERSATION WITH WILDERNESS GROUP: TRANSLATING MEASUREMENT INTO ACTION
This session is part of the mini webinar series on measurement of GHG.
This conversation is with Paul Easto, Founder of Wilderness Group.
Right from its launch as a business in 2001-2002, the UK-based adventure tour operator Wilderness Scotland had always considered its impact on the climate, although in the beginning this was more part of an interest in sustainability in general than a particular focus on its carbon footprint. As the years have progressed, however, its focus has become ever more precise. When the company built its new HQ in Scotland in 2018, it aimed to create as energy efficient a building as possible.
The discussion will cover:
- How has your climate action developed?
- How do you approach measurement?
- What has the impact been on decarbonization?
- What has the impact been on regeneration?
- What advice would you give others considering a similar initiative?
Find out more here.
A series of case studies have been developed featuring the efforts of several signatories of the Glasgow Declaration to advance climate action with emphasis on their approaches towards measurement and its impacts on decarbonization and regeneration.
These conversations are being held to complement the “Overview of methodologies and tools to measure greenhouse gas emissions” released in March 2023.