Intro to Scope 1, 2 and 3 GHG Accounting & Reporting

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Join OnePointFive Academy sustainability practitioners Neil Yeoh (CEO) and Julia Akker (Associate Director) for a hands-on learning session about GHG accounting on interpreting enterprise-level emissions. You will gain practical knowledge on how to calculate an organization's Scope 1, 2 & 3 emissions, as well as the suite of free online to paid software tools available in streamlining an organization’s data collection to calculation efforts.

​We anticipate participants will gain increased confidence in their skillset & knowledge of the topic through attendance.

​In the final 10-15 minutes, we’ll also open the floor to audience questions and answers to our instructors, who have worked as consultants on number of end-to-end GHG Accounting projects.

​Don’t miss this opportunity to stay ahead in navigating the evolving landscape of GHG Accounting and RSVP today!

​Your Instructors
​Neil Yeoh, CEO & Founder of OnePointFive
​Neil is the CEO, Founder of OnePointFive ( Neil is a climate advisor, investor, and content creator. He serves as a climate expert startup advisor for Plug & Play, 500 Startups, CleanTech Open, and Yale University. Prior to this, Neil was a Deputy Director at Echoing Green who managed a $8.5mn climate startup investment portfolio, and led the startup post-investment support department. Over three years, he reviewed over 2,000+ climate-related startup applications, and invested in and advised 70 climate startups across 20 countries. He also helped these startups raise millions collectively to bring their solutions from lab to market to help businesses decarbonize and meet their Net Zero goals.

​Neil writes for Forbes and the World Economic Forum on next-generation climate solutions and startup investing, accumulating over 100,000 reads of his articles. He has been invited to speak on business and environment topics at the United Nations, Oxford, Harvard, Yale, New York, and Princeton universities. He has over a decade of management & environmental consulting experience across four continents with Dalberg, Accenture, and KPMG. Neil has an Executive Masters of Environmental Management from Yale University and has an MBA from Oxford University. He also has degrees in Robotics Engineering, International Business, and Management from Adelaide and Hong Kong Universities. Neil has led projects on behalf of OnePointFive with non-profit and consulting organizations, evaluating their climate strategy, objectives, initiatives, as well as facilitating executive level materiality assessment workshops.

​Julia Akker, Associate Director at OnePointFive
​Julia is an Associate Director at OnePointFive. She brings 6+ years of experience as a business consultant at EY, where she managed project teams and advised Fortune 30 banking clients on banking strategy, risk management, compliance, and operations. Since then, she has dedicated her career to working on sustainability challenges and solutions.

​Julia currently leads sustainability strategy & operations work at OnePointFive, specifically building out its GHG accounting offering, as well as solutions landscaping work with climate technology customers & partners. Julia oversaw an end-to-end sustainability baseline assessment for a CPG brand that included Scope 1-3 GHG emissions calculation; detailed LCA model development; and a resulting implementation plan. She has also led multiple subsequent GHG accounting projects, including with a climate technology startup, and recently with a global Fortune 500 company to develop a bespoke emissions model using LCA principles. Finally, Julia developed the curriculum for and teaches GHG Accounting within OnePointFive’s 6 week Sustainability Consulting training program, OnePointFive Academy.

​She is passionate about sustainable food systems and the power of plant-based diets to reverse climate change, and has taught 700+ fellows on Food & Agriculture within the climate space. Julia graduated magna cum laude from Cornell University with a B.S. in Applied Economics and Management. She is a native Russian speaker and proficient in Spanish.