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Best Practices on Integrating an Internal Price on Carbon: Featuring Unilever and Ecofys

We are delighted to host the next webinar in our series: Carbon Pricing: Gaining a Competitive Edge in a Climate-Constrained World.

Please join us for a conversation with Unilever and Ecofys about best practices for integrating a price on carbon. 

Unilever is committed to being “carbon positive” by 2030, which includes sourcing 100% of energy from renewable sources across all operations.  This investment in clean energy is funded in large part by the internal price they placed on their emissions of CO2.  We’ll hear anecdotes and lessons learned from their experience integrating a price for carbon.

Ecofys, a Navigant company, recently released (together with the Generation Foundation and CDP) two practical guides for carbon pricing. They will share highlights from these reports that provide guidance on designing and implementing an internal carbon pricing approach.


  • Thomas Lingard, Global Director, Climate & Environment, Unilever
  • Sabina Nealon, Finance Director – Sustainability, Unilever
  • Roger Seabrook, VP Finance Marketing & Sustainability, Unilever
  • Long Lam, Senior Consultant, Ecofys
  • Moderator: Alzbeta Klein, Director and Global Head, Climate Business, IFC

About Unilever:

Unilever is a leading global consumer goods company, featuring over 400 brands and employing 169,000 individuals worldwide. Unilever has demonstrated an active commitment to emissions reductions as part of their Sustainable Living plan. Unilever’s CEO Paul Polman has said “achieving a zero emissions economy is the greatest business opportunity of the century.”

About Ecofys:

Ecofys, a Navigant company, is an international energy and climate consultancy with over 30 years’ experience and became part of Navigant's global energy practice in 2016, thus creating a joint team of more than 600 energy and climate experts. Ecofys experts map and report trends and developments in carbon pricing solutions across the world.