Join the Global Electronics Council (GEC) for a thought-provoking discussion on the role of ecolabels in reducing carbon emissions and tackling climate change. In this virtual event, we will explore how ecolabels, such as EPEAT, can help electronics manufacturers and those that purchase their products to pursue NetZero goals by promoting the decarbonization of product lifecycles.
The event will feature a diverse panel of experts, including procurement professionals, technology manufacturers, policymakers, and more. Panelists will share their insights on the benefits of ecolabels, their potential to drive decarbonization, and how ecolabels catalyze sustainability goal achievement.
Discussion topics will include:
- Importance of transparency and traceability in product lifecycles
- Roles of ecolabels in creating demand for sustainable products
- Science behind the EPEAT ecolabel criteria
Whether you are a sustainability professional or policymaker, this event is an exciting opportunity to engage with experts. Register now and learn how ecolabels can help decarbonize product lifecycles.
Webinar Panelist Information
Erica Logan, Director, Sustainability Criteria Development at Global Electronics Council
James Riddle, Supply Chain Climate and Environmental Strategy Lead at HP
Cate Berard, Program Manager for Electronics Stewardship and Data Centers at U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)
Maria Vuorelma, Climate Manager at Atea Sverige
Verena Radulovic, GEC Board of Director and Vice President, Business Engagement at Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES)