From April 04, 2018 11:30 until April 04, 2018 14:30 Save to calendar
Reporting on sustainability issues is key to understand and communicate a company's impact on critical sustainability issues such as human rights, labour rights or climate change. Thanks to various standards, sustainability reports have become very structured and immensely helpful instruments not only to communicate on sustainability issues but also to steer sustainability efforts and strategies.
In this Sharing & Learning Lunch participants will get an overview on how to develop a sustainability report along GRI and the UN Global Compact 10 Principles (COP) and how the materiality process can have positive strategic implications in managing sustainability issues. Elgin Brunner (BSD Consulting) and Stephanie Ossenbach (dormakaba) will share their broad knowledge and experience and discuss with the participants.
11:30 Light lunch
12:10 Welcome address, Antonio Hautle, Executive Director, Global Compact Network Switzerland
12:10 How to and why reporting on sustainability, Elgin Brunner, Head sustainability strategy and communication, BSD Consulting
12:40 Case study - sustainability reporting and materiality assessment at dormakaba, Stephanie Ossenbach, Sustainability Communications Manager, dormakaba
13:10 Discussion with the participants
Members of the UNGC/GCNS = free of charge
Non-Members = 60.- (payable at the event)
Participants are invited to actively contribute with their experiences, methods, questions and challenges. We keep the dialogue under Chatham House Rule.