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Friday, May 21 • 16:00 - 17:15
Tracking industrial emissions - from ETS data to companies' registries

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The UK has pledged that by 2050, the amount of carbon dioxide emitted by all the cars, homes and industry in the country will be net-zero. Manufacturing and industry - that are the drivers of the country’s economy and important job providers- often escape public scrutiny. Data-led investigation from Sky News found out that 15 firms are responsible for around a sixth of all the UK's annual greenhouse gas emissions.
In order to crunch the numbers and understand who the big companies behind specific installations are, data journalist Carmen Aguilar Garcia had to analyse the European Emission Trade system data and cross-check it with the companies’ registries. In this session, she will take us through her investigation process, and share with us tips on how to deal with the ETS data.

Read Sky News investigation HERE.

Moderators
avatar for Jelena Prtoric

Jelena Prtoric

Journalist / Arena Climate & Energy Network Coordinator, Arena for Journalism in Europe

Speakers
avatar for Carmen Aguilar García

Carmen Aguilar García

Senior Data Journalist, Sky News
Data journalist at Sky News. Scraping, cleaning, data analysis, visual storytelling but above all JOURNALISM!


Friday May 21, 2021 16:00 - 17:15 CEST
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