In this follow-up to our Climate Week preview we put theory into practice leveraging our new Materiality analysis to debrief Climate Week 2021. We addressed who might be greenwashing, reviewed the positive narratives from the last 12 months, and discussed who spoke to noteworthy commitments, investments, or milestones in this year’s event. We were joined by special guest Jean Rogers, Founder of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) and one of the world’s leading ESG experts.
Amenity Analytics' held the second part of our Climate Week webinar series. Recently, companies have begun to treat the week as their climate Super Bowl. Every year we see a huge increase in the number of commitments that companies make during this week, but are these commitments leading to action?
In the first part of our webinar, we outlined how you might separate the pretenders from the truly invested. (If you missed it catch the recording here.) Have they invested in their sustainability strategy over the course of the entire year—or only for Climate Week? Is there a way to identify the meaningful commitments and track them over time? Can you benchmark a company or an industry based on these commitments? What do the regulators think?
Putting theory into practice, this webinar answered these questions with our materiality 2.0 and greenwashing offerings. We debriefed the events of Climate Week to identify the ESG information that really matters, such as: