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June 2024 Environmental Social Governance (ESG) Webinar Series

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

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 ReMA can help develop their program.

New Rules, New Resources- SEC Climate Ruling & ReMA's ESG Toolkit
Thursday, June 13, 2024
11:00 a.m.- Noon Eastern Time
Join us for a midyear update on important developments in the ESG field. In March, the Securities and Exchange Commission approved a landmark ruling that requires climate related disclosures for publicly traded companies. An SEC expert will share their insights into the ruling and how it will impact the U.S. recycled materials industry. In the second half of the webinar, staff will provide a walkthrough of ReMA's new ESG toolkit--a free member resource to help recycled materials companies integrate ESG into their business strategy and practices.

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.

Chauncey M. Lane, Transactional Attorney, Holland & Knight

Chauncey M. Lane is a transactional attorney in Holland & Knight's Dallas office. Mr. Lane structures and negotiates complex transactions for strategic buyers and sellers as well as private equity firms in the technology and financial services industries.

A thought leader on rapidly evolving deal trends and strategies, Mr. Lane is regularly called on to advise clients on their most significant transactions, including stock and asset acquisitions, going private transactions, leveraged buyouts, carve-outs, platform acquisitions, add-on acquisitions and recapitalizations. Mr. Lane regularly leverages his transactional skills and knowledge to advise clients on cross-border transactions in Europe and South Asia, among other international jurisdictions.

Mr. Lane also serves as an adviser to venture capital funds and other alternative financing vehicles, where he regularly leads significant investment transactions into emerging growth companies and strategic partnerships. Often serving as outside general counsel and a trusted business adviser to his fund clients, Mr. Lane has a breadth of knowledge on the many issues that venture-backed operating companies regularly face.

In addition to his legal practice, Mr. Lane, a U.S. Army veteran, has a passion for helping his fellow veterans and handles several pro bono cases on their behalf each year. Prior to joining Holland & Knight, Mr. Lane was an attorney at a multinational law firm in Dallas. During law school, he was a member of the Texas Tech Law Review.

Natalie Messer Betts, Chief Assistant Vice President of Sustainability, ReMA

Natalie Messer Betts is the Assistant Vice President of Sustainability at ReMA, where she leads sustainability and ESG education and resource development. Natalie previously worked as the Director of Partnerships and Municipal Relations at Balcones Resources, one of the largest independent recycling companies in the U.S. At Balcones, she worked with cities to support their recycling programs, and expanded the company into new markets. Before joining Balcones, Natalie spent 10 years in public service with the City of Austin, including as the City’s Circular Economy Program Manager where she spearheaded numerous reuse, repair, and circular entrepreneurship initiatives. Natalie has a BA in Film Studies and Political Science from Emory University, a Masters in Public Affairs from Indiana University, and was a 2019-2020 Robert Bosch Stiftung fellow focused on circular economy innovation in Berlin.



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