Bennett Jones: ESG Series: Defining and Driving ESG Within Your Organization

Event Description

ESG is a complex issue impacting numerous aspects of corporate decision-making in Canada and around the world. To help understand what ESG means for your business, please join us for a three-part webinar series that will help you define and drive ESG within your organization. Our ESG leaders will discuss practical implications and strategic considerations in key areas:

  • Session 1 | What Is ESG and Why It Matters to Your Business (January 21st)
  • Session 2 | Risks, Opportunities and Implementation—
    Part I: Corporate Reporting, Climate Change and Environment (January 28th)
  • Session 3 | Risks, Opportunities and Implementation—
    Part II: Employees, Indigenous Communities and Project Management and Approvals (February 4th)

Bennett Jones provides complete ESG-related advice using our deep knowledge and wide experience garnered from advising clients on domestic and international business law relating to corporate governance, securities disclosure, corporate reporting, environmental law, climate change, indigenous relations, project development, supply chain management and crisis management. For more information, please see the Bennett Jones ESG practice page.

Full event details available here.

  • Location:Online
  • Date: Thursday, January 21, 2021 - Thursday, February 4, 2021
  • Time: 10:00am - 11:00am

Series Moderator

Series Moderator

Radha Curpen, Vancouver Managing Partner, Co-Head Environmental and Aboriginal Law

Session 1 Panelists

Session 1 Panelists

Will Osler, Partner

Topic: Corporate Governance

Sander Grieve, Partner

Topic: Corporate Governance

Session 2 Panelists

Session 2 Panelists

Thomas McInerney, Partner

Topic: Climate Change/Transitioning to a Low Carbon Economy

Sarah Gilbert, Counsel

Topic: Environment and Sustainability

John Piasta, Partner

Topic: Corporate Reporting

Session 3 Panelists

Session 3 Panelists

Sara Parchello. Partner

Topic: Employees

Sharon Singh. Partner

Topic: Indigenous, Local Communities and Governance

Brad Gilmour. Partner

Topic: Project Management and Approvals