Within ESG, we have been seeing lots of initiatives to get to neutral carbon emissions in 2030. In this open forum for leading communicators, we’ll discuss how the issue of climate change and the pandemic have evolved corporate purpose over the last 18 months.
When you join us, we will exchange ideas with sustainability experts, who can offer their insights on how this important quest for a more sustainable world drives reputation, brand and ESG in your business sectors. This will be an interactive, open discussion under Chatham House Rules, and each presenter will start with the following questions to get the conversation started:
- Line Hestvik, Chief Sustainability Officer, Allianz:
Line will discuss and describe the Allianz Sustainability strategy, with heavy focus on the
shaping/external partnerships and the Net-Zero alliances.
How do you see the importance, as a business person, of communication of
Sustainability, Climate and Net-Zero?
- Barney Wyld, Group Corporate Affairs Director, Johnson Matthey:
How have global and societal developments in the last 18 months developed companies’ thinking around sustainability and reputation?
Which areas of sustainability are most important right now to your company?
- Anette Rey, Executive Vice President, Communications & Public Affairs, Atos:
How does sustainability drive brand recognition and reputation?
In how far has the growing concern for sustainability changed the expectations for
companies and influenced the concept of “corporate citizen”?
The session is open to Page and Page Up members and special invited guests