What kind of governance is needed for a successful low-carbon transition?

When we talk about sustainable or responsible corporate governance, the subject often boils down to how to engage stakeholders in the transition: training and financial incentives for top management, employee awareness-raising, greater constraints on suppliers and partners, etc.

While these mechanisms are necessary and are beginning to be deployed in more and more organizations, the fact is that 93% of large companies are currently behind on their decarbonization commitments, and only 5% of companies have credible decarbonization plans.

Faced with the urgent need to reduce our carbon emissions, corporate governance needs to catch up.

➡️ At what level should decision-making on decarbonization levers be based?

➡️ What data and tools can we draw on to encourage rapid decision-making and concrete action?

➡️ What operational processes should be used to align corporate strategy and climate strategy?

➡️ How should the governance of internal committees be organized in order to combine concrete actions with extra-financial reporting obligations?

In this webinar, conducted in partnership with EY and given on the occasion of the 2023 edition of the Produrable trade show, we attempt to provide some answers to these questions, and give examples ofconcrete actions to be taken to set up governance within your company to accelerate action and the "low impact" transition.

Access the audio replay and slides (FR & EN)

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