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Bottom Line! – Select a breakout session

Thank you for registering for our seminar Bottom Line! Please select a break-out session by filling out the form below (places are not guaranteed). A few hours before the start of the event, you will receive an email about the session in which you can participate.

BREAK  OUT SESSIONS – Join a working group on:

1. Navigating Sustainable Value Creation in the Energy Transition: An Impact-Focused Approach | VBDO

In this working group participants will focus on exploring how to create sustainable value specifically in the context of the energy transition with an impact-focused mindset. Prioritising measuring and analysing non-financial metrics and data points that relate to an impact-focused mindset indicates a shift towards considering not only financial returns, but also the broader impacts that investments have on society and the environment.

In this interactive session, participants may explore various questions to deepen their understanding and develop actionable recommendations. Here are some of the questions:

  • What are the key environmental, social, and governance factors and indicators that are most relevant to the energy transition?
  • What are the current challenges and limitations in obtaining and analysing non-financial data related to sustainability and impact?
  • What are the potential risks and trade-offs associated with prioritising impact alongside financial returns in investment decisions? And how to overcome these potential risks?

2. Enhancing Multi-Stakeholder Collaboration for Impactful Sustainability in the Energy Transition | IUCN NL

In this working group participants will focus on strategies for bringing together diverse stakeholders from corporates, local actors, and civil society organisations to explore strategies for intensifying collaboration along the value chain in the context of the energy transition. Participants will discuss how to leverage collective expertise and resources to enhance the understanding of non-financial data and promote an impact-focused mindset.

In this interactive session, participants may explore various questions to deepen their understanding and develop actionable recommendations. Here are some of the questions:

  • How can corporations and local actors collaborate to improve the availability and quality of non-financial data within the energy transition value chain?
  • What are the key challenges and barriers to multi-stakeholder collaboration in promoting sustainability and responsible investment practices?
  • What role do stakeholders, such as (local) communities and IPs, regulatory bodies, financial actors, environmental organisations and advocacy groups, play in assessing and validating the impact of investment projects in the energy transition?
  • How can collaboration and knowledge-sharing among these various stakeholders accelerate progress towards sustainable energy investment goals?

3. Implementing Impact Weighted Accounting Framework (IWAF) for Sustainable Value Creation in the Energy Transition | Impact Economy Foundation

In this working group participants will focus on exploring the practical implementation of the Impact Weighted Accounting Framework (IWAF) within the context of the energy transition. Participants will discuss how IWAF can be utilised by corporates, investors, and other stakeholders to quantify and monetise the environmental, social, and governance impacts of energy transition projects, and how this framework can enhance decision-making, accountability, and value creation.

In this interactive session, participants may explore various questions to deepen their understanding and develop actionable recommendations. Here are some of the questions:

  • How can IWAF be integrated into existing financial reporting frameworks to provide a comprehensive view of a company’s performance?
  • What are the key challenges and opportunities in implementing IWAF within the energy transition sector?

4. Elevating Transparency and Non-Financial Reporting in Mining: The Role of IRMA | Initiative for Responsible Mining Assurance (IRMA)

In this working group participants will delve into the Initiative for Responsible Mining Assurance (IRMA) and its potential to elevate transparency and non-financial reporting within the mining industry. Against the backdrop of the impact-focused mindset emphasised at this event, the session will explore how IRMA’s standards and certification process can serve as a catalyst for driving responsible mining practices and enhancing the level of disclosure on environmental, social, and governance issues.

In this interactive session, participants may explore various questions to deepen their understanding and develop actionable recommendations. Here are some of the questions:

  • How can IRMA’s standard for responsible mining serve as a framework for enhancing transparency and accountability in mining operations?
  • What are the key challenges and opportunities associated with implementing IRMA certification within the mining industry?
  • How does IRMA’s emphasis on non-financial reporting align with the impact-focused mindset advocated for at this event, and how can it contribute to broader sustainability goals?
  • What role can IRMA play in promoting greater disclosure and transparency in supply chains, particularly in relation to issues such as labour rights and environmental impacts?

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