12th October 2021 - 6:00pm - 7:30pm

This joint discussion panel with the Institute of Environmental Management and Assurance, Lincoln is for members and guests involved in achieving best practice environmental, social and governance (ESG) assessment, assurance and reporting in their organisations. Discussing the connectivity between each of the three ESG strategies and practices: and, how each can strengthen the achievements of the others for the benefit of all stakeholders – the Planet, People and Prosperity

Introduction: Jeffrey Ridley FCG, Vice-Chairman, East Midlands Branch

Panel Members:


Martin Baxter, Director of Policy and External Affairs, Deputy CEO, Institute of Environmental Management and Assurance, Lincoln.

“Translating national ambition into climate action – mechanisms for driving change at scale”


Dr. Nadia Gulko, Associate Professor in Accounting, SFHEA, CGMA Academic Champion, Lincoln International Business School, University of Lincoln.

“An academic perspective on the social issues in the ESG theme”


Chris Pearce FCG, CEO of Global Governance Services, Visiting Professor in International Corporate Governance at Lincoln International Business School.

“How environmental and social matters fit within a “new normal” governance framework within the private, public and third sectors”