Demystifying Sustainability and Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG)
Susan Brodie, Senior EHS and Sustainability Practitioner, Geosyntec Consultants
Tuesday, February 14, 2023, 11:45am-1pm
Hybrid Format – In person and virtual
CEMS has received one (1) general CLE credit for this presentation
Organizations of all types are grappling with what the quickly evolving sustainability and ESG landscape means for their operations, employees, investors, communities, and customers. Susan will demystify sustainability and ESG by explaining terms like net zero and carbon neutrality, circular economy, embodied carbon, environmental product declarations, voluntary climate-related disclosures, environmental justice, greenwashing, and scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions. She will also highlight key U.S. policies and global trends that are influencing the way organizations evaluate their climate impacts and the impacts that climate change may have on their organization. Attendees will leave with ideas about ways they can improve how their organization addresses sustainability and ESG challenges.
Susan Brodie is a Senior EHS and Sustainability Practitioner with Geosyntec Consultants based in Lakewood. She has spent nearly 25 years building and leading sustainability, clean and renewable energy, and environmental management initiatives. At Geosyntec, Susan supports commercial and industrial clients, natural resource companies, municipalities, and others. She previously worked for GE, Conoco, a national trade association, and as a sole proprietor on projects for the state of Colorado and emerging technology innovators. Susan holds a master’s degree from the School of the Environment at Yale University and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Her collaborative approach to data collection, analysis and problem solving helps clients achieve their energy, sustainability, and ESG goals.
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