Helping professionals craft accurate ESG reports

PETALING JAYA: As countries around the world accelerate their transitions to net zero, we have seen an increasing demand for fair, accurate and transparent ESG reporting at the corporate level.

Navigating the complexities of sustainability reporting becomes particularly challenging when aligning reports with both local and global regulations. What’s even more daunting is the task of effectively communicating these intricacies to the relevant stakeholders in a simple and easily understandable manner.

On March 5, 2024, StarESG Academy will be hosting an ESG Reporting and Carbon Management Workshop at Menara Star that’s aimed at professionals who want to learn how to craft ESG reports that comply with both local and global standards, and help their company transition to a carbon-neutral future.

This one-day event is HRD Corp claimable and will be facilitated by Tina Thomas, the Head of ESG at BoardRoom Group.

With over 15 years in the energy sector, Thomas’s forte in ESG includes regulatory reporting requirements set by Bursa Malaysia, GRI, TCFD, ISSB, SDGs, ESG ratings and supply chain compliance.

Join this workshop to learn how to:

Calculate your company’s Scopes 1, 2 and 3 carbon footprint;

Connect with stakeholders to assess and determine materiality matters;

Map out decarbonisation targets through tried-and-tested methodologies;

Write ESG Sustainability reports that align with local and global standards and regulations.

This workshop is limited to 80 pax. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Terms and conditions apply.

Early bird tickets are available for RM1,300+ until February 20. After that, regular pricing of RM1,500+ applies. Not inclusive of service charges.

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