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Howbusinesscanmeasure
theimpact–andROI–of
corporatesustainability
Tools,techniquesandstrategiesforunderstanding,measuring
andcommunicatingimpact
19th-20th June 2018 | London, Amnesty International UK
This two-day conference will highlight the latest methods being applied by
business to measure the impact of their sustainability programs. We’ll discuss and
debate the pros and cons of the different tools and techniques available, whilst
assessing what has really worked for companies in practice.
By bringing together a range of stakeholders, we’ll also assess how this
information can be best used to communicate the value of sustainability programs
– both internally and externally. The emphasis will remain on understanding
impacts to drive strategy, justify budgets and communicate work effectively.
In this year’s annual management conference, Innovation Forum will address the
key issues:
Understandingimpact:How can business measure and communicate
social and environmental impact effectively?
ROIinaction:In-depth corporate case studies on how companies can
attribute a clear and quantifiable return from sustainability programs
Effectivecommunication:Companies often do great work. So how can
companies talk about their genuinely positive impacts, without it looking like
PR?
We’ll have a number of practical working sessions to cover what you need to know
in your day-to-day role, including:
Enhancingthebusinesscase:How to ensure sustainability is firmly
placed on boardroom agendas
Theinvestorperspective:What do they want to hear about company
performance and how do they want to hear it?
Datathatdrivesdecisions:How the right data systems and frameworks
can drive innovation and strategy within sustainability departments
And we’ll also cover the emerging areas to be aware of, such as:
SDGs:How are these all-encompassing goals actually affecting and shaping
the future of corporate disclosure and reporting?
Sciencebasedtargets:Can companies bring together economics,
expert stakeholders and science based targets to drive strategy and improve
performance?
Climatereporting:The practical ways to assess exposure to climate
change and how to communicate this risk
Confirmedspeakersinclude:
Adrian Greet
Global Sustainability Programme Director
MARS
Dirk Voeste
Vice President Sustainability Strategy
BASF
Cindy Rose
Head of Responsible Investing
AberdeenAssetManagement
Lene Serpa
Head of Sustainability Governance and Integration
Maersk
Jane Stevensen
Task Force Engagement Director
CDP
Dave Robb
CQN Sustainability Manager
CargillAquaNutrition(CQN)
Saker Nusseibeh
CEO
HermesInvestment
Mark King
Chief Environmental and Social Standards Officer
TheWorldBank
Susanne Stormer
Vice President, Corporate Sustainability
NovoNordisk
Leon Kamhi
Head of Responsibility
HermesInvestment
Dr. Mark Thorpe
VP Corporate Responsibility
TorexGoldResources
Mark Hodge
Senior Associate
Shift
Christiane Rudolph
Head of Department , Strategy and
Development Policy
DEG
Laura Okkonen
Head of Human Rights
Nokia
Claudine Blamey
Head of Sustainability
TheCrownEstate
Dylan McNeill
Head of Sustainability Reporting
Phillips
Marte Borhaug
Head of ESG Strategic Projects
AvivaInvestors
Harriet Howey
Global Sustainability Reporting Executive
Diageo
Mark Gough
Executive Director
NaturalCapitalCoalition
Geoff Kendall
CEO
Future-FitBusiness
Claire Whitely
Senior Manager Corporate Responsibility
Hilton
Wayne Dunn
President & Founder
CSRTrainingInstitute
Sonja Haut
Manager FES Impact Valuation / Integrated
Reporting
Novartis
Paul Chander
Head of Environmental Issues
UNPRI
David Grayson
Emeritus Professor of Corporate Responsibility
CranfieldSchoolofManagement
Jenny Edwards
Programme Lead
SAIPlatform
• Focused debate
• Senior participants
• Candid dialogue
Dayone– 19thJune 2018
Opening CEO Q&A: Beyond BlackRock letters,
how far does sustainability penetrate the
average boardroom, and what will it take for it to
drive strategy?
In this opening session, leading activist investment CEO Saker
Nusseibeh will answer questions on the above, and from the
audience.
Saker Nusseibeh, CEO, HermesInvestmentManagement
Understanding impact: Why is it important to
measure and communicate impacts?
Boards are under pressure to demonstrate positive impact on
society and on the environment. What do you tell your senior
executives when they ask how you can prove this?
In this session, we’ll discuss topics such as:
• What is impact, how do we define it, and avoid it getting it
confused with inputs, outputs?
• The measurements that provide compelling data points around
impacts
• Measurement vs targets: Measuring progress bit by bit until you
hit your 2030 target
• Using impact as a way of getting senior executives engaged in
results that manage risk and drive performance
• The foot printing / cloud-based tools that will help you gain
that level of engagement
Sonja Haut, manager FES impact valuation / integrated reporting,
Novartis
Mark King, chief environmental and social standards officer,
TheWorldBank
Lene Serpa, head of sustainability governance and integration, Maersk
Will science based targets and planetary
boundaries make a real difference?
The Science Based Targets Initiative was created in 2014 to align
companies’ GHG goals with the global carbon budget. Since
then, it has seen an incredible number of commitments from
companies worldwide, with 350 companies currently taking
action. With the growing attention and commitments in this
exploratory area, what results are being seen? Can companies
bring together economics, expert stakeholders and science based
targets to drive strategy and improve performance?
This session will look specifically at some of those companies
making commitments. We’ll assess the successes and outcomes
they have seen so far, and how they have integrated science based
targets into corporate strategy. We will also ask the advice of an
investor on what they expect to see from companies in this area.
Claudine Blamey, head of sustainability, TheCrownEstate
Adrian Greet, global sustainability programme director, MARS
Paul Chandler, head of environmental issues, UNPRI
David Grayson, Emeritus professor of corporate responsibility,
CranfieldSchoolofManagement
ROI in action – corporate case studies on the
tools and techniques being used to measure the
value of sustainability
Making the business case for sustainability can be a challenge
when talking with senior management. Particularly when it comes
to asking for more money. By understanding the value and ‘return’
of sustainability programs, the business case becomes far more
straight forward. The key lies in being able to measure, quantify
and communicate the value – financial or otherwise – in an
effective manner and in a way that is easy to understand.
In this session we will hear from three large companies on how
they have demonstrated an ROI from specific elements of their
sustainability programs. We’ll look in-depth at the specific tools
used to assess this return and quantify the results.
Further, we will analyse these tools and how they can be used
to assess strategic decision making, supply chain improvement,
positioning and advocacy. We’ll also discuss how this information
can be used to benchmark company performance, determine
future strategy and justify budgets.
Harriet Howey, global sustainability reporting executive, Diageo
Dirk Voeste, vice president sustainability strategy, BASF
Christiane Rudolph, head of department, strategy and development
policy, DEG
Breakout sessions: Calculations
Social measurements – how to calculate the
value of employee engagement and community
engagement
Social commitments can be difficult to measure, and are often
seen as a moving target. Companies have looked at social
impact measurement for some years, but how can you put such
methodologies, and their successors, into practice? We’ll discuss
what companies have been doing to improve social measurements
and how they are planning on building on this.
Dylan McNeill, head of sustainability reporting, PhilipsLighting
Environmental measurements – how to
calculate the savings and return on investment
in energy efficiency
Placing a value on environmental savings and performance is
usually seen as a win-win for companies for example saving
on energy efficiency means lower costs. We will discuss some
tried and tested methods and ask our panel to explain how they
have taken meaningful and effective measurements and what
is to be gained by doing so? Further, we ask them to discuss
the challenges which can be involved with measurements in
particular when working with farmers in the supply chain.
Jenny Edwards, programmelead, SAI Platform
Dave Robb, CQN sustainability manager, Cargill
Breakouts: Social
Social license to operate – can companies really
value their environmental and social footprint,
and what is the cost of failing to do so?
Often companies are faced with unforeseen circumstances which
forces them to revaluate best practices and more paternal CSR
initiatives.
In this focused case study session will examine the evolution of
CSR programs associated with the Torex mine in Mexico from
construction through to operations. Torex Gold had aimed to
improve local development independent of the mine and we will
discuss some of the challenges faced with this and how they
overcame these challenges.
Dr. Mark Thorpe, VP corporate responsibility, TorexGold
Wayne Dunn, president and founder, CSRTrainingInstitute
Measuring human rights progress – Are
measurements always helpful and to what
extent do they drive the right behaviour?
There are many companies developing and piloting KPIs for their
core human rights programs. These KPIs can build insight around
the effect of forced labour interventions. In this session, we will
look at industry initiatives seeking to track the effectiveness of
these programmes and look at some of the tools being used to
assess their impacts.
Mark Hodge, senior associate, SHIFT
Closing Q&A with Mark Gough of the Natural Capital Coalition
In this closing session for day one, we’ll discuss the progress made by the Natural Capital Coalition so far, and the key elements of the
Natural Capital Protocol they have developed.
Mark Gough, executive director, NaturalCapitalCoalition
Networking drinks
Dayone– 19thJune 2018
Daytwo–23rdMarch2016Daytwo– 20thJune 2018
Opening debate: Companies often do great
things, but are terrible at talking about them.
How do we solve that problem without it looking
like just PR?
Large companies have social impacts that often go unappreciated.
Jobs, taxes, supplier bases, economic multiples etc etc. And today,
many are driving positive environmental change down the supply
chain. However, many companies are struggling to communicate,
and are then attacked for the negative impacts they may have,
without the positives being understood. How do we tackle this
challenge? Our panel will also discuss:
• Alignment and impact: Do you just focus on one big issue, and
avoid distractions?
• But then, how do you handle being attacked over other things,
which are less materially relevant but make the headlines?
• Which examples can we cite, that show a company CAN be
effective with regard to core impact communications?
Lene Serpa, headofsustainabilitygovernanceandintegration, Maersk
Data driving change – How can data drive
innovation in sustainability?
Data on company performance in ESG areas is becoming more
available and reliable. This increased transparency then in turn
leads to further scrutiny from investors and other stakeholders.
It is therefore increasingly important that the right technology
is used in collecting, managing and understanding data to better
inform decision making. Different companies are taking innovative
approaches in how to use data to push their sustainability efforts
and strategy.
In this session we will discuss how to leverage the power of data.
We’ll ask a panel of big brands how they have generated and used
specific data to drive innovation and cut the corporate process
down.
Claire Whitley, senior manager corporate responsibility, Hilton
Laura Okkonen, headofhumanrights, Nokia
How are the SDGs affecting and shaping the
future of corporate disclosure and reporting?
Investmentmanagersareoftensayingtheywantcompaniesto
providemorerobustandconsistentreportingonESGissues.Tosome
extenttheSDGshaveprovidedcompanieswithacommonlanguage
andframeworkforreportingwhichcouldallowthis.Buthowdoes
thislookinpracticeandhowdowemoveforwardfromthis?
We’ll look into how businesses are improving, clarifying and
communicating reporting, whilst answering questions such as:
• Can the SDGs present a process for more accurate corporate
benchmarking?
• Do the SDGs have the potential to engage consumers on
climate vulnerability?
• Does this framework ease investor concerns for better, more
relevant information on company performance?
• SDGs were not intended as an investment platform – to what
extent are they important in getting investors onboard?
Susanne Stormer, vice president, corporate sustainability, NovoNordisk
Geoff Kendall, CEO, Future-FitBusiness
Investor perspectives – how can companies
prove they can make a positive contribution to
society and to the climate?
Investors are increasingly focused on corporate responsibility.
In 2016, global assets in the category of socially responsible
investing hit nearly $23 trillion, accounting for more than one-
quarter of total managed assets.
So let’s ask the investors what they really want to hear and see
from companies. This session will ask our expert panel of leading
investors, questions such as:
• What do investors look for as real evidence?
• How do they measure environmental and social outcomes?
• What information would they like to see better presented?
• What results do they look for in order to make informed
decisions?
Marte Borhaug, head of ESG strategic projects, Aviva
Cindy Rose, head of responsible investing, AberdeenAssetManagement
Leon Kamhi, head of responsibility, HermesInvestmentManagement
Questions?
If you would like to discuss being involved as a delegate, sponsor, or marketing partner, please email:
NatashaBodnar | Project Director | Innovation Forum
Direct: +44 (0)20 3780 7430 | Email: natasha.bodnar@innovation-forum.co.uk
Daytwo–23rdMarch2016Daytwo– 20thJune 2018
Climate reporting: How do companies assess
their exposure to climate change and how do
they communicate this risk?
There have been continual calls for a clearer, more coherent
framework related to climate disclosure - so how do companies
go about doing this and presenting results that investors want to
see?
We will discuss how climate-related information is being
increasingly integrated into financial reports. We’ll also debate
how initiatives such as The Taskforce for Climate-related
Financial Disclosures are pushing the climate risk agenda from
ESG roles to boardroom level.
Jane Stevensen, task force engagement director, CDP
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and practical advice around specific issues.
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How business can measure the impact - and ROI - of corporate sustainability

  • 1. Book now at www.innovation-forum.co.uk/measurement-london or call +44 (0) 20 3780 7430 www.innovation-forum.co.uk/measurement-london Speakersinclude: Howbusinesscanmeasure theimpact–andROI–of corporatesustainability Tools,techniquesandstrategiesforunderstanding,measuring andcommunicatingimpact 19th-20th June 2018 | London, Amnesty International UK This two-day conference will highlight the latest methods being applied by business to measure the impact of their sustainability programs. We’ll discuss and debate the pros and cons of the different tools and techniques available, whilst assessing what has really worked for companies in practice. By bringing together a range of stakeholders, we’ll also assess how this information can be best used to communicate the value of sustainability programs – both internally and externally. The emphasis will remain on understanding impacts to drive strategy, justify budgets and communicate work effectively. In this year’s annual management conference, Innovation Forum will address the key issues: Understandingimpact:How can business measure and communicate social and environmental impact effectively? ROIinaction:In-depth corporate case studies on how companies can attribute a clear and quantifiable return from sustainability programs Effectivecommunication:Companies often do great work. So how can companies talk about their genuinely positive impacts, without it looking like PR? We’ll have a number of practical working sessions to cover what you need to know in your day-to-day role, including: Enhancingthebusinesscase:How to ensure sustainability is firmly placed on boardroom agendas Theinvestorperspective:What do they want to hear about company performance and how do they want to hear it? Datathatdrivesdecisions:How the right data systems and frameworks can drive innovation and strategy within sustainability departments And we’ll also cover the emerging areas to be aware of, such as: SDGs:How are these all-encompassing goals actually affecting and shaping the future of corporate disclosure and reporting? Sciencebasedtargets:Can companies bring together economics, expert stakeholders and science based targets to drive strategy and improve performance? Climatereporting:The practical ways to assess exposure to climate change and how to communicate this risk
  • 2. Confirmedspeakersinclude: Adrian Greet Global Sustainability Programme Director MARS Dirk Voeste Vice President Sustainability Strategy BASF Cindy Rose Head of Responsible Investing AberdeenAssetManagement Lene Serpa Head of Sustainability Governance and Integration Maersk Jane Stevensen Task Force Engagement Director CDP Dave Robb CQN Sustainability Manager CargillAquaNutrition(CQN) Saker Nusseibeh CEO HermesInvestment Mark King Chief Environmental and Social Standards Officer TheWorldBank Susanne Stormer Vice President, Corporate Sustainability NovoNordisk Leon Kamhi Head of Responsibility HermesInvestment Dr. Mark Thorpe VP Corporate Responsibility TorexGoldResources Mark Hodge Senior Associate Shift Christiane Rudolph Head of Department , Strategy and Development Policy DEG Laura Okkonen Head of Human Rights Nokia Claudine Blamey Head of Sustainability TheCrownEstate Dylan McNeill Head of Sustainability Reporting Phillips Marte Borhaug Head of ESG Strategic Projects AvivaInvestors Harriet Howey Global Sustainability Reporting Executive Diageo Mark Gough Executive Director NaturalCapitalCoalition Geoff Kendall CEO Future-FitBusiness Claire Whitely Senior Manager Corporate Responsibility Hilton Wayne Dunn President & Founder CSRTrainingInstitute Sonja Haut Manager FES Impact Valuation / Integrated Reporting Novartis Paul Chander Head of Environmental Issues UNPRI David Grayson Emeritus Professor of Corporate Responsibility CranfieldSchoolofManagement Jenny Edwards Programme Lead SAIPlatform
  • 3. • Focused debate • Senior participants • Candid dialogue Dayone– 19thJune 2018 Opening CEO Q&A: Beyond BlackRock letters, how far does sustainability penetrate the average boardroom, and what will it take for it to drive strategy? In this opening session, leading activist investment CEO Saker Nusseibeh will answer questions on the above, and from the audience. Saker Nusseibeh, CEO, HermesInvestmentManagement Understanding impact: Why is it important to measure and communicate impacts? Boards are under pressure to demonstrate positive impact on society and on the environment. What do you tell your senior executives when they ask how you can prove this? In this session, we’ll discuss topics such as: • What is impact, how do we define it, and avoid it getting it confused with inputs, outputs? • The measurements that provide compelling data points around impacts • Measurement vs targets: Measuring progress bit by bit until you hit your 2030 target • Using impact as a way of getting senior executives engaged in results that manage risk and drive performance • The foot printing / cloud-based tools that will help you gain that level of engagement Sonja Haut, manager FES impact valuation / integrated reporting, Novartis Mark King, chief environmental and social standards officer, TheWorldBank Lene Serpa, head of sustainability governance and integration, Maersk Will science based targets and planetary boundaries make a real difference? The Science Based Targets Initiative was created in 2014 to align companies’ GHG goals with the global carbon budget. Since then, it has seen an incredible number of commitments from companies worldwide, with 350 companies currently taking action. With the growing attention and commitments in this exploratory area, what results are being seen? Can companies bring together economics, expert stakeholders and science based targets to drive strategy and improve performance? This session will look specifically at some of those companies making commitments. We’ll assess the successes and outcomes they have seen so far, and how they have integrated science based targets into corporate strategy. We will also ask the advice of an investor on what they expect to see from companies in this area. Claudine Blamey, head of sustainability, TheCrownEstate Adrian Greet, global sustainability programme director, MARS Paul Chandler, head of environmental issues, UNPRI David Grayson, Emeritus professor of corporate responsibility, CranfieldSchoolofManagement ROI in action – corporate case studies on the tools and techniques being used to measure the value of sustainability Making the business case for sustainability can be a challenge when talking with senior management. Particularly when it comes to asking for more money. By understanding the value and ‘return’ of sustainability programs, the business case becomes far more straight forward. The key lies in being able to measure, quantify and communicate the value – financial or otherwise – in an effective manner and in a way that is easy to understand. In this session we will hear from three large companies on how they have demonstrated an ROI from specific elements of their sustainability programs. We’ll look in-depth at the specific tools used to assess this return and quantify the results. Further, we will analyse these tools and how they can be used to assess strategic decision making, supply chain improvement, positioning and advocacy. We’ll also discuss how this information can be used to benchmark company performance, determine future strategy and justify budgets. Harriet Howey, global sustainability reporting executive, Diageo Dirk Voeste, vice president sustainability strategy, BASF Christiane Rudolph, head of department, strategy and development policy, DEG
  • 4. Breakout sessions: Calculations Social measurements – how to calculate the value of employee engagement and community engagement Social commitments can be difficult to measure, and are often seen as a moving target. Companies have looked at social impact measurement for some years, but how can you put such methodologies, and their successors, into practice? We’ll discuss what companies have been doing to improve social measurements and how they are planning on building on this. Dylan McNeill, head of sustainability reporting, PhilipsLighting Environmental measurements – how to calculate the savings and return on investment in energy efficiency Placing a value on environmental savings and performance is usually seen as a win-win for companies for example saving on energy efficiency means lower costs. We will discuss some tried and tested methods and ask our panel to explain how they have taken meaningful and effective measurements and what is to be gained by doing so? Further, we ask them to discuss the challenges which can be involved with measurements in particular when working with farmers in the supply chain. Jenny Edwards, programmelead, SAI Platform Dave Robb, CQN sustainability manager, Cargill Breakouts: Social Social license to operate – can companies really value their environmental and social footprint, and what is the cost of failing to do so? Often companies are faced with unforeseen circumstances which forces them to revaluate best practices and more paternal CSR initiatives. In this focused case study session will examine the evolution of CSR programs associated with the Torex mine in Mexico from construction through to operations. Torex Gold had aimed to improve local development independent of the mine and we will discuss some of the challenges faced with this and how they overcame these challenges. Dr. Mark Thorpe, VP corporate responsibility, TorexGold Wayne Dunn, president and founder, CSRTrainingInstitute Measuring human rights progress – Are measurements always helpful and to what extent do they drive the right behaviour? There are many companies developing and piloting KPIs for their core human rights programs. These KPIs can build insight around the effect of forced labour interventions. In this session, we will look at industry initiatives seeking to track the effectiveness of these programmes and look at some of the tools being used to assess their impacts. Mark Hodge, senior associate, SHIFT Closing Q&A with Mark Gough of the Natural Capital Coalition In this closing session for day one, we’ll discuss the progress made by the Natural Capital Coalition so far, and the key elements of the Natural Capital Protocol they have developed. Mark Gough, executive director, NaturalCapitalCoalition Networking drinks Dayone– 19thJune 2018
  • 5. Daytwo–23rdMarch2016Daytwo– 20thJune 2018 Opening debate: Companies often do great things, but are terrible at talking about them. How do we solve that problem without it looking like just PR? Large companies have social impacts that often go unappreciated. Jobs, taxes, supplier bases, economic multiples etc etc. And today, many are driving positive environmental change down the supply chain. However, many companies are struggling to communicate, and are then attacked for the negative impacts they may have, without the positives being understood. How do we tackle this challenge? Our panel will also discuss: • Alignment and impact: Do you just focus on one big issue, and avoid distractions? • But then, how do you handle being attacked over other things, which are less materially relevant but make the headlines? • Which examples can we cite, that show a company CAN be effective with regard to core impact communications? Lene Serpa, headofsustainabilitygovernanceandintegration, Maersk Data driving change – How can data drive innovation in sustainability? Data on company performance in ESG areas is becoming more available and reliable. This increased transparency then in turn leads to further scrutiny from investors and other stakeholders. It is therefore increasingly important that the right technology is used in collecting, managing and understanding data to better inform decision making. Different companies are taking innovative approaches in how to use data to push their sustainability efforts and strategy. In this session we will discuss how to leverage the power of data. We’ll ask a panel of big brands how they have generated and used specific data to drive innovation and cut the corporate process down. Claire Whitley, senior manager corporate responsibility, Hilton Laura Okkonen, headofhumanrights, Nokia How are the SDGs affecting and shaping the future of corporate disclosure and reporting? Investmentmanagersareoftensayingtheywantcompaniesto providemorerobustandconsistentreportingonESGissues.Tosome extenttheSDGshaveprovidedcompanieswithacommonlanguage andframeworkforreportingwhichcouldallowthis.Buthowdoes thislookinpracticeandhowdowemoveforwardfromthis? We’ll look into how businesses are improving, clarifying and communicating reporting, whilst answering questions such as: • Can the SDGs present a process for more accurate corporate benchmarking? • Do the SDGs have the potential to engage consumers on climate vulnerability? • Does this framework ease investor concerns for better, more relevant information on company performance? • SDGs were not intended as an investment platform – to what extent are they important in getting investors onboard? Susanne Stormer, vice president, corporate sustainability, NovoNordisk Geoff Kendall, CEO, Future-FitBusiness Investor perspectives – how can companies prove they can make a positive contribution to society and to the climate? Investors are increasingly focused on corporate responsibility. In 2016, global assets in the category of socially responsible investing hit nearly $23 trillion, accounting for more than one- quarter of total managed assets. So let’s ask the investors what they really want to hear and see from companies. This session will ask our expert panel of leading investors, questions such as: • What do investors look for as real evidence? • How do they measure environmental and social outcomes? • What information would they like to see better presented? • What results do they look for in order to make informed decisions? Marte Borhaug, head of ESG strategic projects, Aviva Cindy Rose, head of responsible investing, AberdeenAssetManagement Leon Kamhi, head of responsibility, HermesInvestmentManagement Questions? If you would like to discuss being involved as a delegate, sponsor, or marketing partner, please email: NatashaBodnar | Project Director | Innovation Forum Direct: +44 (0)20 3780 7430 | Email: natasha.bodnar@innovation-forum.co.uk
  • 6. Daytwo–23rdMarch2016Daytwo– 20thJune 2018 Climate reporting: How do companies assess their exposure to climate change and how do they communicate this risk? There have been continual calls for a clearer, more coherent framework related to climate disclosure - so how do companies go about doing this and presenting results that investors want to see? We will discuss how climate-related information is being increasingly integrated into financial reports. We’ll also debate how initiatives such as The Taskforce for Climate-related Financial Disclosures are pushing the climate risk agenda from ESG roles to boardroom level. Jane Stevensen, task force engagement director, CDP What’sdifferentaboutInnovationForum? IFisNOT: APRplatform:enthusiastic speakers are NOT given free rein to fill a session presenting their companies, allowing no time to actually get to the crux of the issues. Atalkingshop:this is NOT an opportunity for a group of people in a room to simply agree with everything said, regardless of outcomes. Allpromise,nodelivery:we will NOT promise what we can’t deliver. The issues covered are complex. They won’t be solved at a two-day conference. But we will help deliver progress through in-depth, constructive and practical advice around specific issues. IFis: Candid:Entirely off-the-record (Chatham House rules) discussion that enables open and honest disclosure from speakers and genuine participation from the audience. Practical:A clear focus on the practical and actionable guidance that can drive change throughout industries and supply chains. Focused:We provide enough time, resources and expertise to the issues that really matter. We don’t skate the surface, but get to the crux of the issues to provide in-depth, constructive discussion. ??
  • 7. 3waystoregister T +44 (0) 20 3780 7435 E natasha.bodnar@innovation-forum.co.uk W www.innovation-forum.co.uk/ measurement-london-register EARLYBIRD DISCOUNT Bookbefore Friday16thMarch NGO/AcademicPass £695 Save£300 BusinessPass £995 Save£300 ServiceProviderPass £1,195 Save£300 LAST CHANCE Bookbefore Friday13thApril NGO/AcademicPass £795 Save£200 BusinessPass £1,095 Save£200 ServiceProviderPass £1,295 Save£200 FULL PRICE Priceafter Friday18thMay NGO/AcademicPass £995 BusinessPass £1,295 ServiceProviderPass £1,495 CHOOSE YOUR PASS TYPE – REGISTER NOW TO GET THE BEST PRICE! NGO/AcademicPass Eligible for representatives of NGOs, public sector and academia. BusinessPass Eligible for corporates, for-profits and private-sector representatives. ServiceProviderPass Required for for-profit consultancies, technology and service providers. Reasonstoattend3 1. Learnfromindustryleadersonbestpracticesand get in-depth guidance on how to effectively apply measurement strategies and impacts 2. Meetandnetworkwithaninfluentialandhighlyrelevantaudienceof key stakeholders, including NGOs, business, government and supply chain actors 3. Benchmarkcompanyperformanceamongstaroomofyourpeersand discover where you should be focusing efforts www.innovation-forum.co.uk/measurement-london Howbusinesscanmeasure theimpact–andROI–of corporatesustainability Tools,techniquesandstrategiesforunderstanding,measuring andcommunicatingimpact 19th-20th June 2018 | London, Amnesty International UK