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What’s Missing in Your Sustainability Reporting: Focus Areas for 2024

Date/Time: March 6, 2024 (1-2PM ET / 10-11AM PT)

GHG emissions reporting has dominated the sustainability disclosure landscape in recent years. However, that’s starting to change. As regulators and investors recognize the holistic nature of the climate crisis and its impacts on business strategy, they’re honing in on additional interrelated ESG issues. Yet despite increasing pressure, critical areas of sustainability reporting remain largely overlooked.

Wondering how to stay ahead of the compliance curve and emerge as a sustainable business leader? Join experts from CDP, Philip Morris International, and Point B as they discuss 2 focus areas that are likely missing from your reporting – nature and climate transition planning – why they matter, and how to get a handle on them.   

You’ll learn:

  • 2 overlooked and under-disclosed sustainability reporting focus areas – nature and transition planning – unpacked through the lenses of risk assessment, value chain engagement, and targets
  • Challenges companies typically face in these areas and how to overcome them
  • Tips for successful, compliant disclosure
  • How to stay on the frontier of these topics while aligning with multiple frameworks and regulations
  • How to use these reporting focus areas for better business management


  • Theresa Lieb, Sr. Director, Nature and Food Systems, GreenBiz Group


  • Katie Secrist, Practice Lead, ESG Governance, Reporting & Disclosure, Point B
  • Justice Hadley, Disclosure Manager, CDP
  • Jennifer Motles, Chief Sustainability Officer, Philip Morris International

If you can't tune in live, please register and we will email you a link to access the webinar recording, available to you on-demand after the live webinar.


Katie Secrist

Practice Lead, ESG Governance, Reporting & Disclosure
Point B

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