Environment, Social and Governance (ESG): Filtering out the Noise and Unlocking Opportunity Rather than ‘Random Acts of Sustainability Kindness’
An effective and successful Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) and Sustainability program is one that drives business performance and leads to improved financial outcomes, while being environmentally, socially and economically responsible. EBC Members are invited to join this workshop for an engaging, thought-provoking conversation about the rapid evolution of ESG. Gain keen insights into what really matters from how investors view ESG to identifying material issues, mitigating risks and finding unique opportunities to furthering your business strategy and bottom line to understanding how emerging issues may affect your business performance.
This presentation will get at the heart of the matter, help you to filter out the ‘noise’ surrounding varying approaches to ESG and unlock opportunity rather than ‘random acts of sustainability kindness’. There is something for everyone in this presentation packed full of practical examples of how to either get started or advance your current ESG position.
- Stefanie G. Lamb, P.G. (NH), Senior Geologist, Geosyntec Consultants, Inc.
- Jill Cooper, MBA, J.D., Senior Principal Consultant, Geosyntec Consultants, Inc.
- Amy Mifflin, MBA, Principal Consultant, Geosyntec Consultants, Inc.
This EBC Workshop is open to EBC Members only. The intention of the workshop is to provide an opportunity for EBC Members to connect with others and discuss a current issue in the industry. Attendees are encouraged to engage with the speakers during the presentation.
This workshop is presented by the EBC New Hampshire Chapter.
Presentations and Webinar Recording
This is an EBC Member Only meeting. If you are a non-member and are interested in accessing the presentations and recording of this meeting, please call or email the Environmental Business Council.
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All registered attendees receive the available PowerPoint presentations and the link to the webinar recording five business days after the conclusion of the webinar. If you are a registered attendee and did not receive the webinar recording, please contact the EBC office.
Individuals that are not registered for this webinar and are interested in viewing the presentations and recording are welcome to register and pay to receive access to the webinar recording.
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