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Net Zero, Nature Positive & Equity Self-Assessment & Toolkits for C-suites
COST PER PARTICIPANT: FREE OF CHARGE
The purpose of the tool is to support Chief Financial and Chief Risk Officers understand the role they can play in embedding ESG into core decision-making processes and contribute towards achieving Net Zero, Nature Positive & Equity goals and ambitions. It seeks to encourage cross-collaboration between different departments and functions to help drive the necessary change.
An understanding of your company’s maturity level in terms of embedding ESG in key decision-making processes such as: Strategy & Materiality, Risk & Performance Management, Audit & Assurance, Governance
Tailored actions / next steps to take and list of resources most relevant to your company based on your maturity level, sector and function
A suggestion of functions and departments to collaborate with internally for each priority action to help you drive change
Chief Financial Officers and Chief Risk Officers – primary audience.
This tool is open to anyone and has been developed to suit a variety of sectors. There is also a Food & Agriculture specific version of the tool. It is meant to support business functions (e.g. sustainability, risk, finance, procurement, etc.) on their sustainability journey but can also be relevant to consultancies, NGOs, business associations working closely with the private sector and keen to understand how best to support companies.
A self-assessment that will function as a questionnaire to identify your maturity level in terms of embedding ESG in key processes of decision-making
A one-stop shop platform with an overview of your self-assessment results and personalized toolkits for each pillars of decision-making. The toolkits include resources such as: guidance documents, case studies, videos, tools, etc.
"This tool was developed by WBCSD, in collaboration with Anthesis, RMMBR, Just Rural Transition (funded by UK aid) and received technical support from a Steering Group of 27 experts.
This work is funded by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation’s Conservation and Markets Initiative."
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