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Product carbon footprinting & labelling: How to drive decarbonisation in the food industry? [On-demand webinar]

With a growth in corporate demand for product carbon footprinting and labelling, this session will provide an overview of footprinting and the benefits that a company can gain by quantifying the carbon footprints of their products and services. Watch it here for free.

We also discuss how labelling allows companies to demonstrate to key stakeholders their transparent and proactive approach to measuring and reducing carbon emissions. In this way, consumers can readily access information on the true climate change impacts of the products and services that they are buying, while playing a part in driving the decarbonisation of the industry.

Speaker

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Paula Schmidsfelden - EU Business Development Manager, The Carbon Trust

Paula Schmidsfelden leads on client and project management with companies in Europe, focusing on the German, Austrian and Swiss (DACH) markets. She supports businesses through advisory and assurance services at a product, organisational, and value chain level, and is the Carbon Trust spokesperson for DACH markets. Prior to joining the Carbon Trust, Paula worked in the automotive sector growing new business models in electric mobility. She also has experience in clean technology innovation, having managed an EU-funded accelerator based in London. She holds a BSc in international business from Vienna University of Economics and Business and an MSc in climate change, management and finance from Imperial College London.

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