COP and sustainability reporting - development of a roadmap
Time & Location
20 May 2021, 13:00 – 17:30 CEST
About the event
The training is the last part of the GCNSL Sustainability Reporting Training Series, offered by the Global Compact Network Switzerland & Liechtenstein to its members that will take place between March and May 2021.
In this training participants will develop a roadmap for their sustainability reporting with a focus on meeting the requirements of the CoP and possibly further reporting standards. They will identify the necessary steps, discuss first content and, in particular focus on methods, milestones, need for support and decision-making processes within the company.
The training addresses the following topics:
- Wrap-up: 4-step reporting approach and CoP
- Definition of goals and target groups of the report
- Overview of Reporting standards
- Developing procedure for 4-step approachStep 1: Identification of material topics Step 2: Definition of content and reporting structure Step 3: Developing of KPIs and data collection Step 4: Editing and finalising the report
- Discussion of open questions
The training is open for companies and builds on the first and second part of the training series. It is therefore strongly advised to attend the webinars: Introduction to sustainability reporting and Elaborating a Communication on Progress which will take place on the 04 March and 30 March 2021.
English with the possibility to ask questions in French and German.
Swiss & Liechtenstein UNGC Signatories and Participants: free of charge
Non-members: CHF 300.-
The training will be held by Dr. Alexandra Sauer and Melanie Knöppchen-Mert from BSD Consulting.
GCNSL Sustainability Reporting Training Series
Companies face increasing regulatory obligations and stakeholder expectations to report transparently on their progress towards the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact and on their sustainability performance in general. The GCNSL Sustainability Reporting Training Series is aimed at supporting companies to start with or to revise their non-financial disclosure in an efficient and pragmatic way.