27th April 2023 - 2:00pm - 3:00pm

The ever-increasing attention on Sustainability and ESG, including emerging guidance from the UK, the EU, and other entities such as the ISSB, is forcing corporate entities to repeatedly re-evaluate their ESG programs. And if the dynamic regulatory landscape wasn’t tiresome enough, the sheer breadth of what can be considered ‘ESG’ means many companies are uncertain that their programs are focused on the right things in the first place. How can businesses eliminate ESG guesswork to ensure they’re making educated decisions that drive compliance, stakeholder engagement, and a competitive edge?

This session will provide attendees with information on how to derive and leverage objective ESG data points that facilitate impact, drive stakeholder and shareholder value, and avoid ‘greenwashing’. Specific topics to be discussed include:

  • How to define ‘ESG’ for your industry
  • Valuable tools and techniques that will continuously drive fact-based ESG management decision
  • Why objectivity in a subjective discipline creates a competitive edge
  • How ESG is changing the role of the EHS professional