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July 21, 2021, 09:15 PM

Corporate Environmental Transparency: What Does It Mean?

A session by Connie A. Determan, Tim Doyle and Evan Williams
Kiewit, Bipartisan Policy Center and Doyle Consulting, LLC & U.S. Chamber of Commerce


More and more people are interested in your company’s environmental performance. They want to know how much carbon your company emits, and if you have a sustainability program. If you do have a program, what does it cover? What about your supply chain’s emissions---for each project site? Corporate environmental transparency, climate reporting, “Environmental, Social and Governance” or ESG are all being discussed today in board rooms and within federal and state governments. Join us as two policy experts address what information is required now by law and what policymakers are considering adding. Learn what ESG means, and how it may differ by industry or company. Hear about standards or tools that are available to help your company.

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Categories covered


  • Chamber - Corporate Sustainability Reporting Past Present Future
  • Corporate Environmental Transparency - What Does It Mean

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