The Fundamentals of ESG Reporting & Verification

Last updated: 14th March 2023

Join experts from leading assurance provider, LRQA, on Thursday 23 March at 3pm GMT for a free webinar on the fundamentals of ESG reporting and verification.

The environment, social and governance (ESG) agenda is transforming how organisations think about their performance. Consumers are demanding products and services that are environmentally and ethically sound. Investors are looking beyond the bottom line to responsible practices. And people are searching out more supportive, inclusive workplaces.

In this fast-changing world, demands on business are many and varied but one thing is constant – the need to demonstrate transparency, action and progress. Independent verification is an approach that organisations can take to demonstrate their ESG performance and progress in a robust way, which drives credibility with clients, investors and other stakeholders.

On Thursday 23 March at 3pm GMT, Heather Moore, Supply Chain Technical Director for Sustainability and Olga Rivas, ESG Technical Manager at leading assurance providing, LRQA, will share their insight and experiences from working with verification clients across a wide range of sectors in a free webinar on the fundamentals of ESG reporting and verification. 

The discussion will focus on the most common questions around verification, the frameworks organisations can use, how to approach Scope 3 emissions and how verification can help your organisation avoid accusations of greenwashing. They will also be answering questions from the audience during the live Q&A session.

Register here to access the webinar. If you cannot attend on the day, you can still register to receive a copy of the recording to view at a time convenient to you.

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