On the first day, we will introduce the topics of sustainability, ESG reporting, and international reporting standards and regulations, providing an overview to begin building your report and addressing the following questions. What is the best way to start the process? How do you conduct the stakeholder process, what are the material issues, and how do you collect and monitor data?
Following this, we will delve into the specific ESG issues, from climate change and biodiversity to gender representation and government taxation. In addition, we will look into various social aspects, including GRI 403 on Occupational Health and Safety, with particular focus on the current coronavirus crisis and its effect on reporting.
On the second day, we will look specifically at reporting and communication, looking at the following questions, plus much more. Which format is most appropriate for your company? What tools or frameworks might be useful? Should you go for verifications or external assurances? How do you do it? To whom and how should sustainability information be communicated to?
1.1. What is sustainability?
1.2. Sustainability challenges and opportunities
1.3. International Standards and Guidelines
1.4. International ESG frameworks and national regulations
1.5. ESG and the financial markets
2. Implementing sustainability within the organization
2.1. How to start?
2.2. Dialogue with stakeholders
2.3. Focus on Material issues
2.4. Data collection and monitoring
3.1. Climate Change
3.3. Occupational health and safety
3.4. Discrimination and gender equality
3.6. Taxes and payments to government
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