How to deliver a credible ESG transition
As allegations of “greenwashing” increase, sustainability is quickly becoming a regulated space, especially in relation to non-financial reporting and net-zero commitments.
During this webinar, we will review international guidance, country-level regulation, and best practices that promote a credible transition to a low-carbon economy. What will make this transition credible, and how are regulatory expectations responding to the societal call to action?
Making your investment in ESG data pay off
How can you make your investment in ESG data pay off, whether for your regulatory commitments in this space or for future-proofing investments that must be green? While data is a core requirement in this process, reporting on it is insufficient on its own, and there’s also a lack of consistent or complete data providers.
We discuss these core concerns, along with considerations for data management and technology to address ESG challenges. All of this is with a view to being more proactive, sustainable and scalable so that you can more easily respond to changing and evolving regulatory and data requirements.
During this webinar, we will cover:
Using lineage to understand your ESG data
What you need to know about ‘The Big Green Short’
Why you should start reviewing your systems now – and how
ESG Special Interest Group (SIG) Update
The Digitization of ESG Data
Countdown to Climate Disclosures: ESG Data Management and Mandatory Reporting for Multinational Companies