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Navigating the ESG Landscape: Achieve Compliance and Sustainability

Wednesday, February 28, 2024
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EST)

As the landscape of Environmental Social Governance (ESG) undergoes significant regulatory changes and with the looming mandatory reporting deadline, it becomes imperative to comprehend your company’s compliance obligations. Join us for an engaging webinar designed to demystify ESG and more.

Sustainability has become a top priority for businesses of all sizes. Rather than viewing ESG as a mere obligation, consider it a gateway to unlocking new business opportunities and increasing profit margins.

Discover how, for small and medium-sized businesses, embracing ESG can not only ensure compliance but also attract sustainability-focused investors and additional capital. Additionally, it can help in attracting top talent, as younger employees increasingly gravitate towards companies that make a net positive impact on the world.

This paradigm shift is fueled by the growing public concern about climate change, the exploitation of natural resources, and the revealed human rights and equity issues due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In line with these changes, Bill S-211, effective since January 1, 2024, aims to eradicate human trafficking and forced labor from Canadian supply chains. Is your company prepared for the mandatory compliance reporting deadline on May 31, 2024?

Join MNP’s ESG Leader, Edward Olson, and Consulting – Organization Renewal Leader, Mary Larson, for a comprehensive discussion on best practices in establishing an ESG framework for your business. Gain insights into the impact of Bill S-211 on your company and essential compliance steps in this ever-evolving landscape. By the end of this session, you’ll have a clearer understanding of what is expected of your business.

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Edward Olson

Edward Olson

Partner, National Leader, Environmental, Social and Governance

Mary Larson

Mary Larson, MBA, ICD.D, GCD.D

Leader, Consulting – Organizational Renewal