Environmental Social Governance monitoring and reporting is undergoing dramatic change. The stakes are about to get higher for both publicly traded and private companies as ESG obligations transition from “nice to have” to conditions of doing business.
It’s now essential for companies to develop ESG competency and incorporate ESG priorities into risk management and strategic planning. Whether reporting is mandatory or voluntary, companies need to understand the landscape of collecting and reporting data as well as the risks and potential opportunities.
Join a webinar hosted by Holland & Hart to explore the current state of ESG standards as we unpack ESG metrics, ESG reporting, and risk management issues. The experienced panel includes corporate representatives and consultants dealing with the requirements, risks, and opportunities of ESG.
Moderator: Emily Schilling, Environmental Law Partner, Holland & Hart
-Blair Blackwell, Manager of Corporate Affairs, Salt Lake Refinery, Chevron
-Jim Burton, Partner, ESG & Sustainability, Grant Thornton
-Craig Galli, Environmental Law Partner, Holland & Hart
-Amanda Smith, Vice President of External Affairs, AES Corporation