Now available on-demand: edie’s online sustainability reporting and communications sessions
Recordings of edie's recent webinars focused on improving corporate approaches to green reporting, disclosure, communications and engagement.are now available on-demand. Tune in to hear from experts at OVO Energy, innocent Drinks, the UN Environment Programme and more.
The way sustainability and net-zero progress are reported and communicated has radically changed. Changing regulations and standardisation is making for an increasingly complex non-financial reporting landscape. Meanwhile, investors, customers and society are applying increasing pressure on businesses to present sustainability data in coherent, engaging formats which avoid greenwashing.
edie’s ENGAGE 2024 online event effectively combined three webinars into a single afternoon, with each session taking a particular format. The first took the form of an audience-led Q&A; the second was a series of quick-fire case studies; and the third took a ‘masterclass’ format.
First aired live on Thursday 25 January, these sessions are now available to watch on-demand at your convenience.
1) The Disclosure digest Q&A: Shaping your disclosure strategy in 2024
- Mandatory climate disclosure: Are you prepared?
- TCFD, TPT: How to think long-term about your climate goals
- Reporting frameworks and standards: How the landscape is changing
- Data collection and dissemination: Top tips to drive meaningful change
- Owen Anderson, Head of Sustainability, OVO Energy
- Michelle Norman, Director of External Affairs and Sustainability, Suntory Beverage & Food Europe
2) The anti-greenwash Hour: Best-practice case studies to corporate engagement
Our second session offers up a series of never-before-seen, quick-fire case studies, hearing from some of the organisations that are unleashing the power of purpose to engage key stakeholders, spark behaviour change and drive meaningful change – all while avoiding greenwash and making their claims stand out.
- From greenwash to greenhush: Striking the right balance with your sustainability communications
- Building stronger relationships through transparency
- Taking a purpose-led approach to your reporting and communications, and measuring the impacts
- Emilie Stephenson, Head of Force for Good, innocent Drinks
- Jorge Laguna-Celis, Director of One Planet Network, UNEP
- Elle Chartres, Director, Ad Net-Zero UK
3) 45-minute masterclass: Top tips to collecting and utilising meaningful data
Our third and final session will equip you with specific tools and practical techniques to collect sustainability data and present it in ways that maximise engagement and impacts. From data collection systems to reporting standards and assurance – this masterclass-style session has it covered.
- Data collection: Cutting through the complexity
- Identifying the hotspots for action
- Trust and transparency: Driving meaningful engagement in the age of disinformation
Charlotte Wood, Sustainability Manager/Net-Zero Lead, Nottingham Trent University
Claire Davies, Sustainable Procurement Manager, Nottingham Trent University