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Measuring Impact; don’t know? Don’t care! Margaret Kim, CEO, Gold Standard

Nick Breeze

Nick Breeze

Climate journalist and host of the ClimateGenn podcast.

In this episode of Shaping The Future, I am speaking with Gold Standard CEO, Margaret Kim. Gold Standard sets the standard for climate positive implementation of a wide range of global-scale projects.

The global push to eradicate emissions means that activities and processes must be credible and effective if they are to build trust that we are on target to avert overshoot due to the billions of tonnes of human greenhouse gases emitted annually .

Margaret has enormous expertise in understanding the processes that solve these issues and also the reality of what it means if we fail to deliver.

Recent heatwaves and storm events are causing devastation across the world regardless of where people are located. The need for accelerated transformation of our society to one that absorbs rather than emits carbon has never been greater.

Thanks for listening to Shaping The Future. You can support this channel via my Patreon page or by subscribing to channels and giving feedback. There are many more episodes on the way discussing a wide range of climate issues so please stay tuned.

Time Stamps: 

00:00 Intro by Nick Breeze

01:30 Ensuring carbon reduction project manage negative environmental risks

03:30 Establishing public trust in the fight against greenwashing

07:20 Assessing impacts: “If you don’t know, you don’t care!”

14:00 On policy shifts: “We have seen huge movements from civil society groups, youth communities, making more progress than the 198 negotiators and governments supporting that. I really hope that COP26 shows leadership that is badly needed.

16:00 “Scope 3 emissions are key to Net Zero… but there is still a large gap…”

19:00 “We have clear science-based mile stones…. This is not something we can say is nice to have. It is a must.”

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