Rise to the Climate Challenge: Step into Sustainability ESG Leadership

August 11, 2021
By CSE

By CSE Research Team

 

Join other Senior Representatives of top North America Corporations seeking to learn how to navigate through the new regulatory landscapes for Climate Risk and ESG Disclosures. These are some of the key topics that will be covered in the upcoming CSE specially designed program for C-level Executives – The Certified Sustainability (ESG) Practitioner Program, September 9-10 & 13, Advanced Edition 2021, DIGITAL VERSION, sponsored by Moody’s, in partnership with the Western Washington University.

 

As the world is trying to understand what the UN’s new climate warnings mean for humanity, the corporate community is awake to the biggest challenges of climate change risk and ESG by engaging in sustainable practices and ESG management. Navigating the world of global corporations and local business in an uncharted territory can be tough though.

 

Climate change risk & ESG are a top priority both for the investor community and company decision makers. This was the unanimous view presented in the highly successful event to discuss the need for a common ESG framework held on May 2021 by the Center for Sustainability and Excellence. The event brought together keynote Speakers including Kristina Wyatt, Sr. Counsel for Climate and ESG to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and Bob Mann, President of Sustainalytics, a top ESG Rating agency as well as representatives of top US companies.

 

Sustainability leaders are well-positioned to navigate across their organization’s functions, to help align CEOs and their employees toward common goals and benchmarks. As corporate sustainability becomes a priority for organizations, successful development and implementation of corporate sustainability strategy is a key to long-term resilience, competitiveness and firm’s valuation.

 

Some of the key concerns and challenges facing North America corporations today and for which senior executives are being asked to quickly gain an in depth understanding and learn how to address in the immediate future include:

 

  • Understanding the new regulatory landscape and new disclosure frameworks taking place in regard to climate risk and low carbon economies
  • Facing diverse investor concerns and motivations
  • Integrating ESG criteria into strategic goals and company reporting
  • Facing the rising importance of social issues following the pandemic COVID-19
  • Gaining insight into global best practices for more impactful goal setting for sustainability

 

Business leaders in corporate responsibility, sustainability, ESG, communications, marketing, and investors’ relations are registered in the upcoming Digital Certified Sustainability (ESG) Practitioner Program this September, in order to become certified and recognized as Sustainability ESG Practitioners by CSE and the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).

 

As always, CSE tailors the training program to the unique needs of participants. Claim your spot now and be the first to receive the recorded Session of CSE’s exclusive event on “How ESG disclosures can support Investors’ decisions and a more Sustainable Economy. The need for a common ESG framework.” 

 

To find out more about how you can join this highly in demand certified Sustainability ESG Program please click here or reach us at [email protected]

 

The Center for Sustainability and Excellence is a thought leader in ESG and Sustainability consulting and professional education services since 2005. With global awards and a worldwide affiliate network, CSE is proud to support FORTUNE 500 companies and leading Governmental Organizations on their strategy transformation towards ESG Standards and Ratings.

 

Through specialized services and web tools, we are committed to assist businesses and organizational leaders to understand and meet the evolving international standards and frameworks, such as the UN Sustainable Development Goals, the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), Green House Gas Protocol, the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI), ISO 26000 guidelines and other local and international guidelines.

 

 

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