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The GRI (Global Reporting Initiative) Standards are the most widely used standards for ESG and sustainability reporting. These standards are often used with other sustainability frameworks including Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB), Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), and Task Force on Climate‐related Financial Disclosures (TCFD). This course examines energy sector-specific considerations including universal, sector and topic standards. You will learn how to apply the standards while acquiring practical skills and gaining a comprehensive understanding of sustainability reporting. Related: ESG Standards Showdown Learning Objectives Gain a comprehensive understanding of the key principles and components of sustainability reporting in accordance with the GRI Standards in the energy sector Learn how to apply GRI sector standards, identifying material topics and utilizing sector-specific indicators for effective sustainability reporting in the energy industry Acquire practical skills in sustainability reporting in accordance with GRI Standards Course Developers The Evaluate Energy ESG Learning team consists of researchers, oil and gas writers, and e-learning design specialists along with the collective data intelligence and analytics capabilities of geoLOGIC systems. Courses are developed alongside engagement with producers, midstream companies, oilfield services, investors, regulators, and ESG reporting agencies. Curriculum Introduction to Sustainability Reporting Overview of GRI Reporting Framework​ Universal Standards: GRI 1, GRI 2 and GRI 3​ Sector Standards: GRI 11 for Oil and Gas Sector​ Topic Standards Practical Examples Additional Information Prices are in US dollars Still have questions? Connect with us at esglearning@evaluateenergy.com. Read more

As companies increasingly recognize the pivotal role of supply chains in achieving energy transition and broader sustainability goals, mastering the principles of sustainable supply chain management becomes crucial. Sustainable Supply Chains delves deep into the intricate intersection of corporate strategy, environmental impact, and social responsibility. In a world where stakeholder expectations and investor scrutiny are at an all-time high, this course provides a strategic roadmap for businesses seeking to navigate the complex landscape of sustainable supply chain management. This course provides a solid foundation in key concepts and frameworks that underpin modern business practices for procurement. Our course developers, Craig Stenhouse and Frank McShane, examine how supplier relationships intersect with corporate strategy, environmental impact, and social responsibility.  The instructors will explore what makes a company sustainable and how the selection and management of supplier relationships create value. For instance, they will examine Canada’s Modern Slavery Act in a case study to demonstrate how comprehensive management frameworks can help companies manage supply chain risks.  Learners will gain an understanding of the driving forces behind sustainable supply chains including energy transition, ESG reporting, financing and risk assessment.  This course is tailored for those in supply chain, procurement, business development, or strategic planning. It is useful for anyone focused on integrating sustainability into supply chains. The live course is scheduled for Thursday, June 6, 2024 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. MT via ZOOM.  Learning Objectives   Understand the complexity of supply chain structure and sustainability fundamentals Align corporate supply chain strategy with current sustainability commitments and future business goals  Assess and mitigate risks associated with supply chains, including climate impact, modern slavery, and regulatory compliance  Address concerns related to environmental and social impacts  Develop competence in evaluating management frameworks and applying sustainable supply chain principles to corporate decision-making  Meet your instructors - Craig Stenhouse & Frank McShane, Shift Critical Our ESG Learning instructors and course developers have a wealth of experience delivering ESG solutions to the global energy industry. This course is developed by Craig Stenhouse and Frank McShane of Calgary-based Shift Critical.   Craig Stenhouse, MSc, Principal & Founder - Shift Critical Craig Stenhouse has more than 20 years of experience integrating sustainability strategy into business processes and demonstrating ESG performance to external stakeholders. His career has largely focused on designing solutions to complex sustainability issues, building relationships with investors and providing strategic advice to corporate executives and board members on ESG performance improvement. He has received an Excellence in Corporate Responsibility Award, which recognized his leadership in “transforming business towards a sustainable future”.   Frank McShane, PhD, Principal & Founder - Shift Critical Frank McShane has more than 20 years of experience leading sustainability teams within major resource companies. He is an expert in developing and implementing strategic solutions to sustainability challenges, including human rights risk assessment and aiding access to sustainable finance. Frank has worked across multiple stakeholder groups on a range of contentious resource development matters, both within and outside Canada. His is an elected as a member of the Steering Committee and Board for the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights.   Special Guest Speaker: Eric Westrum, MSc, Board Member - Alberta Ecotrust Foundation Eric has over 10 years of experience influencing critical business decisions while elevating ESG performance and mitigating sustainability risk management in the energy industry. His focus has been improving sustainability disclosure practices which includes greenhouse gas inventory accounting throughout the value chain, keeping up to speed with an ever-changing library of international frameworks and guidelines and using sustainability as a strategic lever for improving business processes. Eric is a MSc graduate from the University of Calgary in the Sustainable Energy Development program, and volunteers on two non-profit boards for organizations focused on sustainability and the energy transition.   Special Guest Speaker: Allan To, President, CEO – Supply Chain Canada West Allan is a Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMPTM) and Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA-CMA). Allan has over two decades of leadership experience in transforming supply chain organizations through strategic collaborations, innovative practices, and rigorous execution. Allan has been an advocate for the supply chain management profession throughout his career. He is the former Chair and Board member of the Supply Chain Management Association Alberta and has led several industry-wide initiatives to enhance productivity, foster greater supply chain collaborations, and advance sustainable procurement practices. He is an active advisor to several post-secondary institutions and sits on the Procurement Advisory Committee with the City of Calgary. Curriculum Module 1: Introduction to sustainable supply chains  • Key sustainability concepts and frameworks  • Sustainability governance global to local  • Supply chain structure   • Circular supply chains  • Corporations and supply chains  • The global sustainable supply chains system  • Supply chains and risk  Module 2: Key issues impacting supply chain sustainability  • Key issues   • Supply chains climate and energy transition  • Supply chains and modern slavery  • Sustainable sourcing  • Supply chain risk assessment  • The emerging regulatory regime  Module 3: Supply chain due diligence and ESG performance  • Supply chain due diligence  • Supplier codes of conduct  • Implementing the framework  • Supply chains and ESG performance   • ESG reporting and supply chains   • Independent assurance  Additional Information All course materials will be available (for viewing only) to those who register after the date of the live event Prices are in US dollars Still have questions? 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The Task Force on Climate Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) framework focuses on improving corporate transparency around climate risk in financial disclosures to help investors make better decisions. In this course, learners will gain a solid understanding of the TCFD framework through critical analysis and practical insights. You will become familiar with the best practices for incorporating climate change into materiality assessments as part of the corporate financial disclosure process in order to make informed sustainability decisions.  Learning Objectives Gain a comprehensive understanding of the TCFD framework, including its structure, recommendations, and disclosures Develop proficiency in applying TCFD recommendations to governance, strategy, risk management, metrics, and targets in the oil and gas sector Gain insights into effective risk management practices, including the use of scenario analysis Enhance skills in materiality assessment and effective TCFD reporting Course Developers The Evaluate Energy ESG Learning team consists of researchers, oil and gas writers, and e-learning design specialists along with the collective data intelligence and analytics capabilities of geoLOGIC systems. Courses are developed alongside engagement with producers, midstream companies, oilfield services, investors, regulators, and ESG reporting agencies. Curriculum Introduction to TCFD Framework Governance Recommendation’s Disclosures Strategy Recommendation’s Disclosures Risk Management Recommendation’s Disclosures Metrics and Targets Recommendation’s Disclosures Understanding Materiality in TCFD Reporting Effective TCFD reporting Additional Information Prices are in US dollars Still have questions? Connect with us at esglearning@evaluateenergy.com. Read more

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