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Facing current industry challenges and embedding sustainability
As Tier 1 contractors deliver their environmental, social and governance (ESG) strategies and work towards targets, including those on social value, carbon, biodiversity and waste, they face new challenges for ESG delivery. How can Tier 1 contractors connect and integrate project and organisational approaches to ESG? How can they face potential risks and uncertainty as they increasingly focus on their supply and value chains?
This webinar will explore ESG for the construction sector, including examining how organisations can respond to emerging reporting and regulation requirements and act on the triple sustainability threats of climate change, biodiversity loss and poverty. We will discuss how sustainability can be embedded to bring about lasting changes and business benefits, including competitive advantage, retaining talent, improving efficiency and financial performance.
Jenny Hughes, Sustainability Management Consultant, Nature Positive
Jenny joined Nature Positive as a Sustainability Management Consultant this summer. Jenny has a background in environmental management and specialises in sustainability, climate change and environmental consultancy. She has over nine years’ experience delivering multidisciplinary built environment projects and advising clients on their sustainability journeys. Previous projects range from garden city and urban regeneration projects to link roads and offshore wind farms. Last year, Jenny trialled and contributed to the development of the government-funded Construction Innovation Hub Value Toolkit, which seeks to transform the construction and built environment industry to deliver better outcomes. Her previous experience includes developing and delivering a cohesive sustainability programme for a large consultancy and leading the social value strategy and initiatives.