Please email Julian Rose to request your attendance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
First come first served. We will endeavour to share access fairly between Environment Analyst members,
plus carefully selected guests.
Access to meetings depends on membership tier - please contact Lisa Turner, Membership Development Manager for details at email@example.com.
North American Business Leaders’ Forum: Attracting & Retaining Talent
Tuesday 7 December 2021 at 16.00 GMT / 11.00 ET / 08.00 PT
Our next North American Business Leaders’ Forum will begin with a senior-level discussion, before moving into smaller group sessions, and will explore:
The impact of Covid on the business and employee turnover - “The Great Resignation”
The challenges faced in recruiting and competing for talent
Flexible working and other impacts on staffing / projects
This Forum is for business leaders and senior-executives, and is invite-only. If you are interested in attending please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
UK Sustainability Delivery Group Roundtable
Tuesday 23 November 2021 at 16.00 GMT / 11.00 ET / 08.00 PT
Matthew will provide an update on Sustainability Reporting Standards, including new Universal Standards being introduced this month, the current and future reporting landscape, and drivers for further adoption. This will lead into a discussion on how to reduce confusion in the use and application of standards and increase the availability of transparent, usable metrics for ESG reporting.
Speaker: Matthew Rusk, Head of North America Regional Hub, Global Reporting Institute
Previous roundtables/Business Leaders' Forums:
Investor Perspectives: Growing Momentum for ESG Analysis and Systemic Action on Climate Change
Wednesday 29 September 2021. 4pm BST /11am EST
Kirsten Spalding, Senior Program Director, Ceres Investor Network, will be joining us for this roundtable. Kirsten will give a short talk on the growing momentum for ESG analysis and systemic action on climate change. She will look at how investor demands of corporate leaders are getting clearer and how collaborative actions between investors and companies, policy makers and regulators are having real economy impacts.
Speaker: Kirsten Spalding, Senior Program Director, Ceres Investor Network
UK Business Leaders' Forum
Thursday 22 July 2021
This Forum brought together senior executives from leading environmental consulting firms, as well as policy experts, early career professionals, industry participants, and strategic advisors to discuss the major issues and drivers impacting the growing skills shortage.
Key themes discussed include:
How to attract graduates
Improving the visibility of the sector
Fostering skills for a successful career
Employee retention and engagement
Finding attractive propositions beyond salary
North American Business Leaders' Forum
Wednesday 5 May 2021
This Forum provided a global market overview, including highlights from Environment Analyst's latest research into the global environmental consultancy market (in advance of publication), as well as discussions around:
Digitalization opportunities and threats:
What are the barriers to digital transformation (culture, cost, systems)?
Which services are vulnerable to competition? Why?
How can digital technology tackle customer pain points?
Discussion theme two - Visibility and relevance:
How can environmental consulting firms improve their visibility and relevance at a time when sustainability and ESG are becoming mainstream?
How to become the defacto partner of choice for the green recovery?
What are the threats presented by adjacent solution providers (auditors, management consultants, lawyers, etc), and what can we learn from their approach?
How will Biden's climate policies resonate with your clients, and how can you help them?
From SDGs to Action: Benchmarking for a Better World
Thursday 15 April 2021
COVID-19 is delivering the final blow to an economic model that is no longer environmentally or socially sustainable. We have an opportunity to rebuild a more inclusive, just, and sustainable world – with business as the engine of the reset – but greater transparency, guidance, and accountability is needed to enable companies to lead by placing people and the planet at the heart of the recovery.
Wednesday 3 March 2021
To achieve wellbeing goals sustainably, organisations need to be armed and fully prepared to make the scale of strategic transformation necessary. In doing this, business leaders need to recognise the scale of change becoming purpose-driven represents; hence why it is both difficult and a huge opportunity and use this awareness to smooth the path and drive the change. In doing so the ground can be set for deeper, long-term success and not just surface change.
Embedding Sustainability in the Board Room
Tuesday 8 December 2020
Sustainability Services in the Exponential Decade
Wednesday 5 August 2020
Leading the Transition to Net Zero Through the Lens of COVID-19
Tuesday 14 July 2020
Business Leaders’ Forum - Roundtable Discussion B:
Tuesday 7 July 2020
Making Sustainability Relevant: Creating the Right Package & Reaching the Right People
Effectively translating the SDGs into tangible business and productivity goals as part of the environmental consultancy offering.
Exploring the changes required in positioning, charging and language used to reach the C-suite and key decision-makers within client organisations.
Business Leaders’ Forum - Roundtable Discussion A:
Wednesday 1 July 2020
Accelerating the Delivery of a Zero Carbon Economy
Exploring alternative partnerships & coalitions to maximise collaborative value & accelerate innovation (Pledge to Net Zero initiative)
Practicalities of applying a natural capital approach & measuring environmental Impacts
Exploring how the tools available can be used effectively to enable better decision-making and help deliver a zero carbon economy.