Join in and learn about Sustainability Reporting for federal agencies and how the GRI format can help! Our IC has a sustainability report and our agency, DHHS is currently working on their first report based on the Sustainability Strategic Performance Plan (SSPP) from 2010.
Having our own report allows us to set metrics and goals that not only support our mission but encourages our employees to actively participate in where their institute is headed. It also allows us to venture beyond environmental-only reporting and set goals specific to the needs of our people, our community, and our institute. The Global Reporting Initiative’s format is in depth and straightforward. Their system of reporting allows you to choose how best to report for your institution.
Because we are not in DC we are subject to different state and local regulations. However, EO 13514 still impacts our everyday choices. These and other issues make it important for you to become more aware while considering a sustainability report for your company or institute as well. This system will also help break down ‘silos’ and build relationships among groups that usually do not interact helping to make a more cohesive and collaborative group.
Join us and get more information!
Register now! https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/126238944
Date: Tuesday, March 22, 3:30 PM EST
Format: Moderated panel discussion with audience participation
Audience: Chief Sustainability Officers and federal agency staff responsible for developing Strategic Sustainability Performance Plans (SSPPs); government contractors, sustainability service providers, sustainability reporters, Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) stakeholders and U.S. Executive Order 13514 stakeholders, environmental policy analysts.
Hosts: Concept Green and ISOS Group
Registration link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/126238944
Join us to hear from the nation’s federal agency sustainability leaders and learn how they use the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) framework for sustainability reporting to enhance and expand their existing Strategic Sustainability Performance Plan (SSPP) efforts.
Participants will gain an overview of GRI reporting standards, explore the linkages (and gaps) between SSPPs and GRI reporting, and hear first-hand from the federal agency early adopters of the GRI reporting framework.
Representatives from the U.S. Army, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences will share how they use the GRI reporting standards to report their social, economic and environmental performance to their stakeholders.
Register now to ensure a space in the webinar. The event is complimentary, but space is limited to the first 100 registrants.
Matthew Holtry, Center for Sustainability, Noblis
John Fittipaldi, Senior Fellow, Army Environmental Policy Institute
Kathleen Judd, Senior Research Scientist, Greenhouse Gas Management and Sustainability, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Trisha Castranio, Sustainability Coordinator, National Institute of
Environmental Health Sciences
Nancy Mancilla, CEO and Co-Founder, ISOS Group
Carrie McChesney, CEO and Founder, Concept Green
About Concept Green: Concept Green is sustainability consulting firm that specializes in sustainabiilty reporting, program development and performance measures for large organizations. Concept Green is certified by the Woman’s Business Enterprise National Council as a Woman-Owned Business and is proud to serve as an ISOS Group Collaborating Partner in executing GRI Certified Trainings in the Southwestern region of the U.S. www.conceptgreen.net
About ISOS Group: Recognized as GRI’s Certified Training Partner in the United States, ISOS Group is an innovative sustainability consultancy firm providing sustainability assessments, GRI sustainability reporting certifications, guidance throughout the reporting process and external assurance of reports in addition to an array of supporting services. www.isosgroup.com