ESG and climate reporting is a must-do for any business. Yet we're currently experiencing a surge of new frameworks and policies - as a business, it can be challenging to keep track of these changes. Which apply to you? What does it mean for your company? Join us on demand as leaders from Point B, Radisson Hotel Group, and Duke Energy discuss how businesses around the world should respond to this new wave of ESG frameworks and regulations, both stateside and in the EU. You'll get the answers you need on topics like:
- How frameworks and rulings like the SEC, ISSB, and CSRD are converging
- Which frameworks and regulations to pay attention to
- What actions your business should take to prepare
- How to create a "no regrets" approach to the SEC's Climate Disclosure Ruling
- Where the ESG and climate disclosure landscape is headed
Kevin Wilhelm, Senior Principal, Point B
Kevin is a Senior Principal at Point B as part of its ESG & Social Impact Practice. Formerly serving as CEO of Sustainable Business Consulting, he is one of the world’s pre-eminent business consultants and teachers in this field, having 20+ years of experience working with over 275 businesses including New York Life, Delta Airlines, Estee Lauder, CarMax, Expedia, Nordstrom, Whole Foods, REI, Alaska Airlines, The Seattle Sounders, and multiple ports, cities and counties.
He is an instructor on ESG issues at Harvard and the Universities of Washington and Denver and has written five books in this field including the acclaimed Making Sustainability Stick: The Blueprint for Successful Sustainability Implementation.
Inge Huijbrechts, Global Senior VP of Sustainability, Security & Corporate Communications, Radisson Hotel Group
Inge is Global Senior Vice President Sustainability, Security and Corporate Communications for Radisson Hotel Group (RHG) – developing the Sustainability and Safety & Security programs in the group’s 1,100+ hotels in operations & development in 110 countries around the world. Together with her team, she lays out the strategy for Responsible Business from build to operations and keeps employees around the world engaged in everyday Responsible Business actions.
Inge was one of the key leaders involved in the definition and launch of the Hotel Sustainability Basics, an initiative to set a common, clear and transparent definition of hotel sustainability to drive responsible travel & tourism. In 2022, Inge was named one of the 100 Most powerful people in Global Hospitality and in the global Top 100 Women in Sustainability.
Katherine Neebe, Vice President, National Engagement & Strategy and Chief Sustainability & Philanthropy Officer, Duke Energy
Katherine serves as vice president of national engagement and strategy, and chief sustainability and philanthropy officer for Duke Energy. She leads Duke Energy’s stakeholder engagement efforts to develop solutions to meet customer needs for continued reliable and affordable energy – while simultaneously working to achieve the company’s goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. Katherine joined Duke Energy in August 2020 from Walmart, where she led environmental, social and governance strategy and oversaw stakeholder engagement on behalf of Walmart’s sustainability team.
Over the past 20 years, Katherine has worked with a wide range of corporate, government and nonprofit organizations. Weaving together her intensive business experience and commitment to social and environmental responsibility, she brings in-depth insight to effective stakeholder engagement and an ability to ground sustainability into actionable terms.