Informal Drinks – Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) refers to a range of technologies that combat climate change by reducing the emission of carbon dioxide (CO2). The idea behind CCS is to capture the CO2 combustion of fossil fuels before it escapes into the atmosphere, transporting it, and eventually storing it. New questions arise: What should/ will happen […]

Networking Event Series – Towards Net Zero

This event is part of our Networking Event Series powered by Innosuisse. The latest report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has once again made it clear that we must act collectively now to prevent the worst consequences of climate change. As governments around the world introduce new regulations to reduce CO2 emissions, […]

Thematic Event: Science-Based Targets Initiative

Launched in 2015, the Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi) was one of the first frameworks for corporate emission reduction target setting in line with climate science, an impactful tool to drive net zero ambitions. The SBTi was formed by the Carbon Disclosure Project, the United Nations Global Compact, World Resources Institute (WRI) and the World Wide […]

Scope 3 Kick Off Event – The inescapable giant in reaching net zero

We are excited to kick off our Scope 3 Event Series with our Partner, Siemens! With our Scope 3 Event Series, we aim to address the significant challenges companies face in achieving net zero along their entire value chain (Scope 3). In this first event, we want to give a general overview of what Scope […]

Networking Event Series: Net-Zero Tech Drinks

This event is part of our Networking Event Series powered by Innosuisse. Join us, along with our event partner Bluelion, on October 18th, for an evening of inspiration, innovation, and sustainability. This event is part of our Scope 3 Event Series focusing on technology. We are excited to present tech start-ups that are leading the […]

Thematic Event: Driving Towards Zero Emissions – The future of sustainable mobility

Approximately 40% of Switzerland’s domestic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are attributable to mobility, making it vital that we prioritise the decarbonisation of the transportation sector. However, ensuring a secure, dependable and cost-effective transportation infrastructure that meets the needs of individuals and businesses is crucial for the economic and social welfare of the country. In partnership […]