Jordan Faires

Manager, EDF+Biz Net Zero, San Francisco, CA

Area of Expertise: Corporate sustainability strategy, net zero goals, corporate partnerships, greenhouse gas accounting

Media Contact:Amy Morse

Jordan Faires is a Manager at EDF+Business, where he works with a variety of stakeholders across industries and sectors to drive ambition and action in corporate decarbonization, including setting ambitious climate goals, identifying and implementing innovative net zero practices, and leveraging high integrity voluntary carbon markets. He has a Master of Environmental Science and Management from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a Bachelor of Arts in Diplomacy and World Affairs from Occidental College.

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Unlocking Corporate Climate Investments: Beyond Value Chain Mitigation as a Key to Closing the Finance Gap

SBTi’s new report on BVCM is a significant step forward in helping companies understand how and why beyond value chain investments are necessary.

Making sense of the alphabet soup: the common themes across carbon credit integrity guidance

A year ago, the voluntary carbon market was craving guidance on quality and integrity. No guidance was offered to companies on carbon credits quality.

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Navigating the Core Carbon Principles and the Landscape of Guidance Toward a High-Integrity Carbon Market

The voluntary carbon market is an essential tool to advance net zero progress. The market can help us channel finance to drive climate action.

New guidance for companies drives quality and integrity in the complex world of carbon credits

Voluntary carbon markets are booming as companies look to finance emissions reductions or removals as part of their net zero strategy.

Microsoft is charting a path forward for carbon removal. How can others follow?

Companies are looking to bolster their net zero plans, with new research highlighting the significant opportunities and challenges in scaling markets.