Sustainability reporting experts, are you seeing double?!
In this FIBS Practice workshop, you’ll
- learn what double materiality is
- get an understanding on the process and practical steps needed to define the material topics
- share experiences, reflections and emerging practices.
The new Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) brings about a new concept and methodology for defining material topics for sustainability reporting, double materiality. Double materiality consists of two elements, impact materiality and financial materiality. Impact materiality looks at impacts that the organization has on environment, people, and society, and is in line with GRI 2021 updated materiality analysis process. Financial materiality is about understanding sustainability-related risks and opportunities and their financial effects on organization.
In this engaging and interactive workshop, we’ll share the steps needed to define the material topics and discuss how to conduct them practice:
- Mapping impacts, risks and opportunities
- Engaging stakeholders
- Assessing impacts based on severity and likelihood
- Evaluating risks and opportunities and their financial effects
- Cross analysing and prioritising the material topics.
- Practitioners responsible for sustainability reporting
- Experts participating in sustainability reporting process across functions.
Max 2 persons / organization.
Speakers and topics
The workshop includes presentations by Enact CEO Mattias Iweborg, experts Reetta Loponen and Ulla Roiha as well as company case studies shedding light on assessing impacts. Group discussions enable peer learning and sharing of emerging practices.
The event is included in FIBS Pro service fee.
Participation can be cancelled free of charge via the link in the registration confirmation message up to 48 hours before the event begins. You can find further information about ”FIBS event policies and cancellation terms” via the link at the end of the registration form.
A fee of €150 + VAT/event is charged for failure to cancel (no show) unless otherwise stated in the event announcement. 50 % from the charged fee will cover the costs of the event venue and catering, and the other 50 % will be donated to the charity. The cancellation fee is not charged in the event of illness or force-majeure circumstances for the participant, if FIBS is notified before the event.
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