Overview

Increasing legislation and external stakeholder pressure requires organisations to act on climate change issues and publicly report on their successes and failures.

 

Legal requirements such as Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR), Non-Financial reporting requirements and section 172 all push environmental matters into the limelight for businesses – many of which may not be prepared.

 

Watch our webinar on-demand to understand the newest developments, what you need to do, and potential pitfalls across the environmental corporate governance landscape.

 

Find out more about SECR (Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting) and wider environmental disclosure topics including:

 

  • What are the newest regulations and what do they mean to quoted and large unquoted businesses?
  • How do you comply in an effective manner?
  • What parts of the compliance exercise are challenging and how do you overcome these?
  • What are the common pitfalls for businesses?
  • Is third party verification necessary?

Free consultation

As a part of the webinar, we are offering a free consultation to help answer your specific SECR questions. Contact us to book your call.

 

About the Speakers

 

Ben Murray, CEO at Avieco

 

Ben is Avieco’s Chief Executive Officer. He moved into the world of sustainability after the birth of his first daughter, founding Avieco (then Carbon Smart) to build a great team of consultants set on helping businesses take on the challenge of sustainability in the 21st century. Ben has been working in sustainability and business efficiency for over 19 years. He has worked with many public and private organisations, leading wide-ranging programmes to achieve performance improvements, behavioural changes and sustainable results. He is a well-known and sought-after member of the sustainability community in the UK.

 

Ben oversees our major client engagements, helping senior managers develop business-focused strategies to address sustainability challenges. He leads our responsible supply chain practice – helping global businesses to identify and address social and environmental impacts in supply chains. Some of Ben’s clients include several UK Government departments, Rathbone Brothers, Lloyd’s of London, BNP Paribas, Domino’s Pizza, Dimension Data, Royal Bank of Scotland, Iron Mountain, BUNZL and Dentsu Aegis Network. Ben is a graduate from the University of Birmingham, a member of the University of Cambridge Sustainability Leaders’ Network and an alumnus of Accenture and Oliver Wyman.

 

Julie Craig, Director at Avieco

 

Julie is an environmental reporting expert and has led the Strategy & Reporting team at Avieco for over 10 years. She guides our largest multi-national clients on how to make their reporting best in class. Her team helps organisations to understand their legally required disclosure obligations and, where voluntary, how and where best to report environmental performance. She supports compliance with Mandatory Greenhouse Gas reporting regulations, the new SECR requirements, and wider mandatory non-financial reporting demands.

 

Julie also leads our verification programme providing an independent assessment of businesses’ emissions reporting against the ISO 14064-3 greenhouse gas verification standard.

 

Julie and her team actively support clients to improve their CDP scores year-on-year; and work with clients to set Science Based Targets (SBTs) and align to the recommendations of the TFCD (Task Force on Climate-Related Disclosure).

 

Julie’s cross-sector clients include Ministry of Justice, Home Office, Porsche, Zaha Hadid, AXA XL, ASOS, Lockton, Christies, Croda, ISG, Johnson Matthey, Novo Nordisk and more.

 

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We get that change is not easy. But we must be brave, challenge old ways, set new habits, embrace new thinking.

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We get that change is not easy. But we must be brave, challenge old ways, set new habits, embrace new thinking.