Corporate Sustainability in Practice – Strategy and Reporting
Following the launch of IEMA’s “Beyond the Perfect Storm” report this webinar will focus on recent developments including GRI, <IR>, UN (Global Goals, Global Compact, Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights), OECD Guidelines, other standards (e.g. ISO 26000) and other developments such as BS 8001 and Future-Fit.
This is your opportunity to get updated on corporate sustainability strategy and reporting from an expert in the field.
Your Presenter: Phil Cumming
Phil is an independent sustainable business professional with over 17 years’ experience in creating award-winning programmes with significant business value. He has developed and managed the delivery of the award-winning sustainability strategy for the London 2012 Games, widely regarded as the most sustainable Games in modern Olympic history. As well as being a Board member of both Julie’s Bicycle and Resource Futures, Phil is an Associate Lecturer with Birkbeck College, is a member of IEMA’s Strategic Advisory Council and GACSO Advisory Group and chairs BSI’s Sustainable Resource Management Committee (SDS/1/10). Find out more about Phil at http://www.korusustainability.net/about/.
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