Conference: ESG Toolbox for Responsible Sourcing - synopsis
Thank you to all those to presented, engaged and watched our annual conference in 2021 - we are truly humbled by the response. This year the reach was phenomenal with people joining from across the world:
Throughout the week we heard from a range of speakers across industry, academia and NGOs, but also from those in affected areas such a Chief Ruben, and those who work totally outside the raw materials sector to hear even more perspectives.
The focus of the conference was to share tools, tips, techniques and case studies that can be utilised to achieve and maintain ESG goals. This ultimately ensures that we explore for, extract, process, sell and reuse our raw materials in the most responsible way possible. The examples we heard have been collected and added to the below infographic. We hope that this visualisation is helpful, and are keen for people to use it for education.
As we continue moving forwards as an industry, it is important to ensure that all of this is considered in a holistic approaches and we continue to work together. The word of the conference was definitely Co-creation, and at Responsible Raw Materials we aim to encourage and facilitate this collaboration.
To find out more about the themes that arose during the conference, summary blogs from each session can be found below:
Monday am session: (3) Responsible Raw Materials - ESG Toolbox | Day 1 (Afternoon) | LinkedIn
Tuesday am session: Responsible Raw Materials - ESG Toolbox | Day 2 (Morning) | LinkedIn
Tuesday pm session: What do green swans and donuts have to do with ESG? | LinkedIn
Wednesday am session: (1) Responsible Raw Materials - ESG Toolbox | Day 3 (Morning) | LinkedIn
Wednesday pm session: Responsible Raw Materials - ESG Toolbox | Day 3 (Afternoon) | LinkedIn
Thursday am session: Responsible Raw Materials - ESG Toolbox | Day 4 morning session | LinkedIn
Friday am session:(13) Responsible Raw Materials - ESG Toolbox | Day 5 (Finale) | LinkedIn
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