28 Sep 2021

Five things you should know about setting science-based targets

Committing to science-based targets (SBTs) that are in line with the latest climate science can ensure a company’s sustainability goals are viable and its pathway to reduce emissions is clearly set ahead. SBTs not only provide investors with confidence, but also lead to a more competitive ESG strategy in the long term.

Hear from Emma Watson, Senior Manager, Net-Zero and Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), alongside partners Jeff Twentyman and Caroline Phillips with Senior PSL George Murray, and Slaughter and May’s Head of Environmental Sustainability, Helen Clark, to find out five things you should know about committing to science-based targets and how they can benefit a company’s ESG strategy.


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Jeff Twentyman
Partner, Head of Sustainability at Slaughter and May
Caroline Phillips
Partner at Slaughter and May
George Murray
Senior Professional Support Lawyer at Slaughter and May