We are proud to announce the launch of our Sustainability Forum which aims to engage business leaders across a range of industries to share and discuss insights, challenges, best practice and emerging opportunities to ultimately lead to a better business, and a better planet. Expert guest speakers, or those wishing to share their organisation’s journey, will host sessions which facilitate open discussion and knowledge share.
Wed 06 Jul 2022, 11am - 12pm
The sessions are open to all and will be held every other month, starting in July.
Topics covered will include:
- ESG strategy and reporting
- Responsible IT management
- Legislation and regulation changes
- Electronic waste and greenhouse gas emission reductions
- Reducing energy and waste in manufacturing processes
- Improving material reuse in construction
We believe the planet, people and profit should have equal focus within business, and this community is aimed at ensuring that is maintained.
Session one details:
Getting your organisation started on their sustainability journey often means starting with an Environmental and Social Governance (ESG) strategy and reporting, but how?
Selecting the right ESG reporting framework will depend on the assets your organisation manages, whether your strategy is investment-oriented or financially oriented, and how broad you intend your scope to be. For example, metrics you may wish to report on could include Green House Gases (GHGs), water security, energy efficiency, Employee Health and Safety, product safety, diversity, inclusion and many more.
In our next forum Beatrice Dosgheas, Group Sustainability, Quality and Compliance Director from Evergreen Garden Care Ltd will be joining us to share some of the journey Evergreen is on in establishing an ESG framework, as well as the Responsible IT audit they are currently undertaking.
So please join Mike, Andrew and Alex and others from the Waterstons Sustainability Community on the 6th of July to swap notes on these and other challenges on getting started on improving the sustainability of your organisation.