About this Webinar
Showcasing perspectives from the Work’s Design Communications, Ethical Corporation, Goldcorp, and TELUS, this webinar will focus on emerging sustainability reporting trends and best practices, including reporting on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), from North America and Europe.
In this webinar, you will hear from a diverse group of panelists coming from various backgrounds. You will gain insights into the current sustainability reporting landscape backed by Ethical Corporation’s CSR Reporting Survey which features 948 practitioners globally, as well as findings from Ethical Corporations’ CR Reporting & Communications Summit.
This webinar will also teach you reporting techniques such as ‘smart reporting’, unique storytelling and how to measure and report on stakeholder engagement, as well as the SDGs. You will also learn about what leading companies, such as TELUS and Goldcorp, are currently doing to report on and map the SDGs.
The webinar comes at an exceptionally useful time – as you start working on your company’s next corporate reporting cycle, and will benefit those of you who are trying to integrate the SDGs into sustainability reporting and gain knowledge about the latest reporting trends.
The session will conclude with Q&A addressed to the panelists.
Sustainability Director, TELUS
Analyst, Corporate Social Responsibility, Goldcorp Inc.
Global Project Director, Ethical Corporation
Sustainability Director, The Works Design Communications
Combining academic expertise with extensive professional experience, Wesley leads The Works’ sustainability practice.
He provides guidance in stakeholder engagement, materiality and performance measurement, as well as CSR/sustainability communications and reporting. Wesley contributed to the development of the GRI G4 guidelines and serves on sector working groups with the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board. He is a judge for CPA Canada’s Corporate Reporting Awards and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and events. He also lectures for the CSR certificate program at the University of Toronto and for the sustainability certificate program at Ryerson University. Before joining The Works, Wesley was senior sustainability consultant at Stantec and senior CSR advisor at the Canadian Business for Social Responsibility. He holds a Master’s in Sustainable Business from the University of Leeds.