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Date/Time: December 12, 2023 (2-3PM ET / 11AM-12PM PT) With new regulations and investment decisions requiring more and better ESG data, Supplier.io
Sponsored: Shifting customer expectations and net zero goals mean companies need to tap into new data to unlock value from more sustainable products and services.
by Ron Kinghorn
Sponsored: ESG data disclosure requirements and stakeholder pressure are mounting. Here’s how independently assured data can help companies strengthen reporting.
Sponsored: We may never fully realize AI’s potential to solve profound global challenges if we don’t first address its environmental impact today.
Sponsored: Selecting the right tech can be powerful in building an effective ESG strategy that tackles data collection, transformation, measurement and reporting.
Sponsored: Businesses rely on data analytics in most areas of operations; why not energy consumption? Learn how businesses are using smart meters to give insight into energy use, maintenance and operations.
by Ricky Singh
Sponsored: Our global climate crisis deepens on the need for cleaner, resilient versions of essential systems that keep business operational.
Sponsored: Assessing and addressing climate risk is critical for businesses. Check out five lessons from AT&T’s efforts to build resilience.
Sponsored: From underground potash mines to grower’s fields, technology is transforming the way food is grown.
Sponsored: Watershed co-founder Taylor Francis shares his top four predictions for corporate climate action this year.
Sponsored: Tools such as Tree Equity Score are helping spur social change by democratizing data that everyday people, corporations and others can use to make decisions and build movements.
by Chris David
Sponsored: Learn how infrared spectroscopy can identify the diverse compositions of different plastics by the simple use of a portable handheld device that combines trinamiX data analysis with a mobile app.
by Paul Milo
Sponsored: Whether you own, operate or lease buildings, making data-driven energy management decisions is key to reducing building related emissions across your business.
by David Solsky
Sponsored: Danone, General Mills, Barry Callebaut and Braskem accelerate climate action through nature-based solutions.
Sponsored: Balancing parent company messaging with local CSR needs can be challenging. Here are some tips our energy company would like to share about sustainability reporting.
S&P Global Sustainable1's goal is to empower users to navigate sustainability objectives with deep, robust and context-relevant data insights. During this session, thought leaders from across the sustainable finance ecosystem will dive into how S&P Global’s Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA) measures a company’s performance on and management of ESG risks, opportunities, and impacts, and more.
Carbon accounting: Drive sustainable business transformation by bringing emissions and finance data together
Date/Time: October 12, 2023 (11-12PM ET / 8-9AM PT / 1600 – 1700 CET) Managing Scope 3 emissions to decarbonize the supply chain is where companies
by Julia Curry
The global business community is witnessing a regulatory shift that has massive implications for operations and compliance. Driven by climate change and the
ESG expectations are on the rise. And companies are responding. Environmental, social and governance (ESG) concerns continue to ratchet up as
Organizations worldwide are facing increasing pressure to capture, analyze, and report their carbon data in a quantified, metrics-driven way. As regulatory requirements are tightening, there is a need for technology that supports these processes, especially as it relates to environmental issues such as greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption.
Consumer demand for sustainability insights has reached a major tipping point: over 50% of global consumers now want environmental impact information available at the time of purchase. With this level of demand, how can companies efficiently incorporate sustainability data into their consumers' daily purchasing decisions?
Organizations are committed to turning sustainability targets into measurable outcomes, to moving from ambition to action. Envizi, an IBM company recently commissioned a research study to take a pulse on how organizations are embedding sustainability at the operational level, and the results highlight the many hurdles organizations face.
Scope 3 emissions represent the largest and hardest to address segment of most corporate carbon footprints. Complex global value chains, inconsistent measurement, and a lack of transparent disclosure pose immense challenges for companies looking to develop a clear understanding of their full climate impact – a necessity for delivering on science-aligned net zero commitments.
As the pressure increases to address the most critical challenges of our time – climate change, water scarcity, social injustice, corporate responsibility
Sponsored: Technology can play a critical role in identifying risk and accelerating progress to reduce cocoa-related deforestation in Africa.
by Jill Kolling