Whether you’re looking to raise money from a bank or investors or address internal or external stakeholder pressure, having a sound ESG strategy has never been more important for the agriculture sector.
Banks, insurance companies and many other companies within agriculture companies’ supply chains will soon face mandatory ESG reporting requirements – and increasing pressure to make sure they’re doing business with sustainable companies. Similarly, public and private investors want to ensure the companies they finance are part of the solution to the world’s problems.
The agriculture sector has been rocked by global supply chain disruptions, climate change and an increasing population. To thrive in the years ahead, you need an ESG strategy with concrete plans for addressing climate change and social issues. In this half-day seminar with an option for attendees to join us virtually, we, along with several of our esteemed channel partners, will cover the basics of ensuring your ESG strategy is up to snuff.
- Seminar: 1 to 4:45 p.m. (MST) | Networking Reception: 4:45 p.m.
- Cost: Complimentary
- Registration closes: February 13, 2023
- Program and speakers are subject to change.
- MLT Aikins reserve the right to decline registrants.
- Overview: the Shifting ESG Landscape
- Data: the Starting Point and Cornerstone of any ESG program
- Climate Change/GHG Emissions Management – the Capital “E” in ESG
- Materiality: Picking the Right ESG Topics & Metrics
- ESG and Raising Capital
- Carbon Credits/Offsets
- Operational Assurance/Risk: Making Sure Your Data, Processes and Controls are Reliable
- Legal Risk Relating to ESG Reporting, Sustainability Reporting, Net-Zero Goals
- Panel Discussion: Important ESG Takeaways for Leadership and Board of Directors
- Conor Chell (MLT Aikins)
- Laura Roberts (MLT Aikins)
- Scott Exner (MLT Aikins)
- Demian Newman (Greenworks ESG)
- Shauna Mason (Greenworks ESG)
- Matt Toohey (Modern West)
- Zainab Dadashi (Modern West)
- Kavan Motazedi (Modern West)
- Edward Olson (MNP)