How to Plan and Track GHG Emissions Reduction Across Your Supply Shed
December 14 at 2:00 CT / 3:00 ET / 12:00 pm PT
When a company is evaluating their carbon footprint, it’s essential to have a holistic approach to understanding an operation. Reducing emissions in the supply shed requires organizations to have fast, reliable intelligence at scale. The Supply Shed Analysis feature of CIBO Impact equips users with a rapid understanding of regenerative practice adoption and emissions in a defined geographical area. Join our webinar to understand the carbon footprint, carbon intensity and potential effect of new-practice adoption.
- Why are organizations interested in offsetting their carbon footprint / scope 3 emissions
- How does CIBO’s Supply Shed function pull all the pieces of carbon confidence together
- What are the features and benefits of understanding a supply shed
- Walk through demo of CIBO’s Supply Shed function
- Jenette Ashtekar, SVP of Product Management at CIBO
- Grant Ivison-Lane, Director of Agricultural Carbon at CIBO
About Jenette Ashtekar
Jenette Ashtekar is the SVP of Product Management at CIBO, a science-driven software startup. Jenette Ashtekar is an entrepreneurial scientist and agricultural technology innovator experienced in translating and delivering novel IP into real world solutions. Jenette spent ten years as an academic soil scientist, modeler, and entrepreneur developing and commercializing algorithms that predict soil properties, water dynamics, and productivity from sub-field to continental scales. Her technology has been used to deliver critical soil information to at risk agricultural communities throughout central and south america as well as to help US and Canadian farmers improve precision management through the use of high resolution soil maps. Ashtekar is passionate about the translation of novel technology and academic IP into practical, real-world solutions and recognizes that the complex challenges facing agriculture today can only be solved through the collaboration and integration of many diverse stakeholders.
About Grant Ivison-Lane
Grant Ivison-Lane is the Director of Agricultural Carbon at CIBO. Grant is multidisciplinary with a background in ecosystem services assessment and greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting. Grant has seven years of experience supporting GHG inventories for large agricultural companies, market programs that generate Scope 3 GHG credits, standards advocacy, and CDP reporting in compliance with the GHG-Protocol Corporate and Scope 3 Standards. Grant developed some of the first agricultural inventories of GHG emissions in California’s San Joaquin Valley and also has applied ecosystem services frameworks to support decision-making on large, multi-stakeholder projects. Grant is passionate about ensuring the full breadth of societal benefits generated by agriculture are valued when we consider all that working lands can provide.