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    Mandatory Climate-Related Disclosures: Beyond Obligation to Opportunity

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    Join us on Wednesday, May 22, 2024 with three international panellists to learn what the incoming Mandatory climate-related disclosures legislation will mean for your business.

    Topics to be covered:

    1. The current landscape of Mandatory Climate-Related Disclosures in Australia and the challenges and opportunities it presents. The common pitfalls of a compliance-first approach grouped under the 4 pillars of the legislation: Governance, Strategy, Risk Management and Metrics & Targets. An international/UK perspective of how companies and businesses have approached mandatory and voluntary reporting for strategic advantage.

    2. Climate Sense: why education is needed for leadership, teams and stakeholders to make informed decisions. We'll share case studies to showcase the limitations of traditional approaches and the transformative potential of integrating sustainability into core business strategies.

    3. Why take this next step? Here we'll be showing how to leverage Mandatory-Climate Reporting as a tool for strategic advantage, outlining a roadmap for companies to transition from compliance to purpose, including practical steps and key considerations for leadership. We'll show how climate reporting is more than a tickbox but can start to foster positive systemic change.

      4. Once you have your data and have started to integrate this into your strategy, what next? Share your story. Here we demonstrate how strategic storytelling can help companies share what they are doing internally to motivate their team, encourage more discretionary effort (because people care) and lead to greater buy-in for long-term climate solutions.

      Dr Claire Scobie

      A strategic storytelling coach helping global corporates and ASX-listed businesses align their company’s unique story to strategy.  Founder of Wordstruck, our clients span Australia, Hong Kong, Canada and the UK, and include organisations like Sydney Opera House, Selfridges, KPMG, Alsco, Wesfarmers and Woolworths. 

      We help organisations who want to take the next step from sustainability towards regeneration. While a regenerative approach creates the conditions to do business differently, Regenerative Storytelling offers leaders a new language to share that ambition with the world.

      Eleanor Akers

      Eleanor is a Chartered Chemical Engineer and holds an MBA from Johns Hopkins. She helps companies put sustainability at the heart of their growth strategies. Training leaders from local government and energy industry giants, such as Aramco.

      Eleanor has worked in technical and commercial roles at ExxonMobil, BP, Ineos and Constellation.  She assists the Distributed Energy sectors in embedding inherently sustainable thinking into their scale-up plans, attracting customers and investment.

      Jannine Barron

      Jannine Barron is an ICF-accredited coach, facilitator and trainer focusing on regeneration, innovation, biomimicry entrepreneurship, and systems thinking. Business & Marketing Strategy and mentoring for suppliers to the corporate sector, guiding them in adopting new perspectives and unlocking their regenerative potential. Her work is informed by 3.8 billion years of nature's wisdom in problem-solving.

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