Mandatory climate reporting may seem far away from manufacturing’s day-to-day demands – but it is much closer than you think.
Your larger customers and suppliers will soon require climate data from you to comply with the phased introduction of new regulations in Australia.
Do you know the impacts for your organisation?
This GMC Connect briefing, including presentations by KPMG and Incitec Pivot subject matter experts, will help you:
- Understand what’s happening at a global level and how that impacts Australia and Australian supply chains
- Learn how your company can proactively prepare for mandatory climate reporting requirements
- Discover what data you will need to capture and what it is telling your customers, investors & suppliers
Join us at this members only event which includes networking opportunities and a light breakfast.
Sean O’Reilly │Incitec Pivot Limited
Sean is Incitec Pivot Limited’s (IPLs) Head of Asset Strategy, leading IPLs manufacturing asset EBIT improvement. Sean develops business unit strategy and asset strategies for critical IPL manufacturing assets. And delivers strategic projects across energy, product mix and cost efficiencies by using external benchmarking to drive internal performance. Sean also leads the creation of the strategy deployment process, including continuous improvement initiative management.
Karen Durand │ Incitec Pivot Limited
Karen is Incitec Pivot Limited’s Corporate Sustainability Manger. Karen is a climate change research scientist, and science educator and leads Incitec’s sustainability reporting, carbon accounting and footprinting. Karen also oversees their global database management for energy, water, waste, and emissions tracking.
Luke Heine │ KPMG
Luke Heine is ESG Advisory Lead for KPMG’s mid-market Division, Enterprise. Luke is delivery focused, with proven versatility and experience in ESG
strategy, transformation and reporting. He has led numerous engagements with clients to review and develop strategies with appropriate goals for their organisations to advance their ESG footprints and widen their impact within the areas material to their business and community.
Charlotte Finn │KPMG
Charlotte Finn is KPMGs Manager within their mid-market Division, Enterprise and a leader in the ESG Advisory practice. Charlotte is passionate and committed to bringing ESG advisory services to the mid-market and has demonstrated capability across ESG strategy, transformation and reporting. Her industry experience is complimented by a degree in Environmental Science which enables her to bring theoretical knowledge to this practical experience.