Date: Monday, June 21, 2021
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET
About this event
The need for companies and public-sector organizations to understand environmental, social, and governance (ESG)-related impacts and risks has accelerated as investors and insurers increasingly calculate the value and make decisions based on these factors. This emphasis has gained momentum with increasing regulatory policy targets and actions, including the heightened ambition of the Biden administration. Developing and embedding sustainability planning in alignment with business strategy, and accounting of such wide-ranging, complex datasets across enterprise value chains is a daunting task. Join BSI to forecast how recent regulatory drivers and stakeholder pressure will play out, and how companies should plan for the future as it unfolds.
During this webinar here are some key facts you will take away:
- To understand the direction and implications of regulatory changes related to energy, GHG emissions, and supply chains
- To understand how pressure from shareholders, insurers, and the finance community impact your organization
- To understand best practices, tools, and approaches to manage enterprise ESG strategy and information management
Ryan Lynch, BSI Consulting’s Practice Director of Sustainability, works with organizations across multiple regions and industries to design creative solutions to drive organizational improvement, improve upon social/environmental impacts, and mitigate and remedy risks. Ryan leads a team of sustainability practitioners in developing and delivering services related to adoption of clean energy, climate resilience, circular economy, and sustainable supply chains. He has worked with public- and private-sector organizations in developing sustainability programs and adopting best practices to advance sustainable outcomes. His global experience includes trainings & audits on EHS/human rights management in factories & farms throughout South Asia, Southeast Asia, East Asia, Latin America, North America, Africa and Europe.