Environmental Finance: The Future of ESG Data 2021
ENVIRONMENTAL FINANCE EVENT
Next frontiers – moving beyond climate metrics and considering how other environmental, social and governance data metrics will mature
05 October 2021
17:00 BST | 18:00 CEST | 12:00 EDT
Owen Hewlett joins a panel of experts to discuss how other environmental, social and governance data metrics will mature beyond already established climate metrics.
Panel: Next frontiers – moving beyond climate metrics and considering how other environmental, social and governance data metrics will mature
- Going beyond operational ESG reporting - How can products, services, scope 3 emissions and supply chain ESG performance be better reported? What strategies are available to close the outsourcing of emissions and more accurately evaluate supply chain ESG data?
- What steps are being taken to improve asset location and ownership data? How could this affect the reporting and verification of ESG data?
- To what extent has Covid-19 stress tested and emphasised the importance of supply chain and governance variables? How will increased focus manifest in terms of expected governance and supply chain reporting? • Social metrics – are they too qualitative to become quantitative? What further guidance can regulators provide for social metric reporting? How can materiality and the link between performance on social metrics and financial performance be tracked?
- How can mandatory human rights directive be best incorporated into ESG reporting?
- Keeran Gwilliam-Beeharee, Executive Director for Market Access, V.E, Part of Moody’s ESG Solutions
- Owen Hewlett, Chief Technical Officer, Gold Standard
- Laura Hobbs, Responsible Investment Manager, Brunel Pension Partnership
- Marcelo Jordan, Senior Portfolio Manager and ESG specialist, World Bank Group Pensions
See the preliminary agenda