The ESG Movement and What It Means To The Environmental Industry
EBI’s next webcast is an open discussion of key factors impacting the market for ESG advisory services, featuring practice profiles and a panel discussion with leading ESG service providers.
Environment, social and governance issues have become essential elements for any corporation or entity. ESG is rapidly evolving from statements and commitments to ambitious conversions and cultural transitions across each of the environmental, social, and governance areas.
The ESG movement, combined with the acceleration of corporate commitments to carbon neutrality, is creating new opportunities for environmental service providers and a broad range of professional services firms. Panelists share the specialized expertise of their practice in the rapidly evolving field of ESG advisory services, from planning and strategy to metrics, execution, and communication.
Lindsay Ross, Director, Global Client Services – Four Twenty Seven (part of Moody’s ESG Solutions)
Chris Kline – Global Senior Principal, Sustainability and ESG – Cardno
Josh Nothwang – AVP, Sustainability, Energy and Climate Change – WSP
Jill Cooper – JD, Senior Principal – Geosyntec Consultants
Rich Goode – Managing Director, Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Services practice – Alvarez & Marsal