Sustainability Self-Assessment Tools & Standards

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    Sustainability Self-Assessment Tools & Standards

    Presented July 22, 2020 -- Duration: 2 hours

    Published: Wednesday, July 22, 2020

    Organizations are faced with continually identifying risks and finding solutions for key social, brand, and environmental challenges. Companies need credible and practical tools to collect metrics and facilitate analysis of policies and practices when developing sustainability goals and evaluating strategy. A critical means by which to accomplish this task is a sustainability self-assessment. A sustainability audit or self-assessment is a tool that’s used to compare your company’s practices with best practices for sustainability, and can be designed in a way that is simple and easy to use or complex and detailed.

    Presenters in this webinar address different approaches to sustainability self-assessment, discuss various sustainability standards, and how to create realistic science based targets, and present examples that will help companies of all sizes plan and execute meaningful self-assessments.

    Webinar presenters:

    • highlight and define reputable solutions that will help you build leading sustainability strategies and goals for your company;
    • discuss Intertek’s Total Sustainability Assurance program, how it will work, and what the future holds for its company;
    • define the benefits of B Corp Certification; and
    • provide a first-hand account of conducting a sustainability self-audit.

    Answers to your questions

    A 20-30-minute Q&A session follows the speaker presentations to answer specific questions submitted in advance and during the live event.

    Presenters

      Erin Douglas
    Corporate Responsibility and Community Relations Manager
    Banyan Botanicals

    Tim Greiner

    Managing Director

    Pure Strategies, Inc.

    Simona Romanoschi

    Sr. Director, Sustainability Programs, Business Assurance Innovation

    Intertek


    Lindsey Wilson

    Senior Associate, U.S./Canada Business Development Team

    B Lab Inc.

    Additional speaker TBD.

    Materials/Handouts

    • Presenter slides 
    • Webinar recording
    • Speaker Bios

    Cost

    • AHPA Members: $199
    • Non-Members: $399
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