Date: Friday, 27 August 2021
Time: 9am - 10am
The impact of the climate crisis, resource scarcity, disparity and accelerating technological development are pressing topics in the market now. We all need to adapt new strategies, improve our impact on the environment and on society, and respond to challenges if we are to remain relevant, viable and profitable in a world undergoing dramatic transition. In many large corporates, Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) initiatives are essentially a siloed process. By contrast, in private and family businesses they’re often woven into the cultural fabric, reflecting the deep embedding of the owners’ values, purpose and legacy into strategy and decision-making. Join us as we explore turning this into a powerful competitive advantage for you.
Jayne Mammatt - PwC South Africa Sustainability and Climate Change Leader
Jayne leads PwC South Africa’s Sustainability and Climate Change department, developing and delivering services in the areas of sustainable development practices; reporting and assurance; impact and outcomes measurement; safety, health and environment risk and compliance; and climate change risk. Jayne is a CA(SA) by profession but has been working in the broad areas of corporate governance, sustainable development and climate change since 2002. She has authored various thought leadership articles for publication in the press, presented at numerous conferences, is co-author of The Company Director’s Handbook, and contributed to SAICA’s Green II. She is also a member of the IOD Sustainable Development Forum and the NBI’s Advisory Committee on Environment and Sustainability.
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