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2024 Environmental Social Governance (ESG) Webinar Series

This webinar is open to ISRI members only at no charge.
Registration is required.
Description

This webinar series will be particularly useful to company leaders, marketing, compliance, operations and sales staff who are at the beginning of their journey of tracking, reporting or storytelling their sustainability or ESG impact. For those further along in their ESG journey, it will provide information on how ISRI can help develop their program.

Leveraging Technology to Support Your ESG Strategy
Thursday, Feb. 29, 2024
11:00 a.m.- Noon Eastern Time
You don’t have to do ESG alone! Learn more about technology trends and software tools that are impacting the field of ESG and how you can leverage them to make your program easier, more streamlined, and simpler to execute. We will also look at the latest technological solutions to leverage to reduce your company’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

Emissions Reductions
Thursday, May 16, 2024
11:00 a.m.- Noon Eastern Time
This webinar will cover practical tips on how to lower your company's GHG emissions. A panel of speakers will share examples of specific operational changes they made that successfully reduced emissions from Scopes 1, 2 or 3.

Employees and the Workforce
Thursday, Aug. 29, 2024
11:00 a.m.- Noon Eastern Time
How can you engage your employees in the creation and execution of your ESG strategy? What trends and changes in employment are impacting expectations for the social component of ESG? This session will feature experts on employee engagement, workforce development, and HR.

ESG Policies & Regulations
Thursday, Nov. 21, 2024
11:00 a.m.- Noon Eastern Time
This webinar will give attendees an update on the federal, state and international policy developments in the world of ESG, including the results of 2024 legislative sessions and the latest rulemakings.


Speakers
Susan Robinson
Susan K Robinson Consulting
Robert Little
Sustainability Strategy Lead- gTech, Google
Constantino Lannes, CEO, Sennebogen

Constantino Lannes is CEO of Sennebogen. He has successfully developed and managed multinational companies in industrial sectors such as machinery and services within international markets throughout his career. In 2003, Lannes developed the market entry strategy for Sennebogen in North America.

Under his leadership as its President, the company became a market leader in the supply of industrial equipment and material handling machines. Sennebogen continues to lead the recycled materials handling equipment industry to new standards of safety, productivity, and cost savings.

Nate Springer, Sustainability Lead & VP Market Development, GNA

Nate Springer is the Sustainability Lead & VP of Market Development at Gladstein, Neandross & Associates (GNA). He has nearly 20 years of experience in transportation and sustainability. He leads GNA’s sustainability and Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) practice to advise companies on setting goals, building strategies, and communicating results.

Springer launched and now oversees the ACT Fleet Forum of top fleets, which shares best practice on clean tech and the State of Sustainable Fleets, the first neutral resource for fleet owners on leading sustainable fuel and vehicle technologies. Previously, he managed more than 50 corporate sustainability projects with Fortune 500 companies and led global initiatives on clean vehicles and shipping. Springer is fluent in Spanish and holds an MBA with High Distinction and an MS in Natural Resources from the University of Michigan.

 

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