Date & Time
Sep 9, 2020 4:00pm CET
Sep 10, 2020 2:00pm CET
Day 1: September 9, 2020
EU and U.S. – 9 a.m. Central U.S. / 3 p.m. U.K. / 4 p.m. Europe
Day 2: September 10, 2020
EU and Asia – 9 a.m. U.K. / 10 a.m. Europe / 4 p.m. Beijing
What is 360 Engage?
Each year, UL’s environment and sustainability division gathers industry experts and keynote speakers to deliver a packed agenda for a mix of existing 360 software customers and new contacts. This year, it’s virtual and global.
There’s something for everyone. *All registrants will receive a joining link following an approval process 1 week leading up to the event
Dan Winters CRE
How investors are driving ESG
Learn about ESG expectations from an investor perspective and how increasing demands for transparency effect investor decisions.
Laura Hillis, Investor Group on Climate Change (IGCC)
ESG Metrics and reporting
The importance of high quality, consistent sustainability data internally and externally for investors including frameworks. How this data is used my investors for decision making and what they are looking for.
Chris Cattermole, UL
Time for a materiality reassessment?
Zeroing in on metrics that matter to investors
This session will look at today’s hot-button ESG issues through SASB’s financial materiality lens.
You will learn how companies set strategy, manage risk and communicate with investors based on industry-specific ESG factors, and how SASB fits alongside GRI, TCFD and the SDGs as building blocks in a global system of ESG disclosure.
Neil Stewart, SASB
Why Building Data Matters
ESG Measures and Metrics for Institutional Investors
Dan Winters, GRESB and Chris Ashworth, UL
Product Roadmap for 360 software
Clayton Sanderson, UL
ESG reporting in supply chains
Chris Cattermole, UL
Carbon reporting - Scope 3
Hugo Ernest-Jones, CDP and Adrian Wain, UL
Sustainable procurement and supply chain management
TS Wu, ASUS
The supplier experience
Gain insights from a supplier deep in the supply chain.
GPA Global have been working with UL over the years to measure and manage their carbon footprint and better respond to the CDP supply chain survey.
Robin Argyrou, GPA Global and Adrian Wain, UL
Client 360 user success story
Sheida Palmelind, Nordea Bank
Avoid rainbow washing
Catherine Sheehy, UL
Adrian Wain, Carbon and Sustainability Expert, UL
Adrian leads UL’s Carbon Management practice. In this role he applies 9 years of experience working with many of the world’s largest companies to measure and manage their carbon footprint. He blends technical depth developed between 2015 and 2020 with UL and strategic vision gained between 2011 and 2015 with Accenture.
Combined, these attributes enable him to take a precision approach to decarbonization. His main focus, and personal mission is helping global brands understand emissions hotspots in their supply chain so that they can target their carbon reduction activities for maximum impact.
Focus areas: Carbon Strategy, Carbon Reporting, Carbon Assurance, Supply Chain
|Chris Cattermole, ESG Advisory and Solutions Global Lead at UL
He sits within UL's Environment and Sustainability business and his mission is to enable companies of all sizes to collect, analyse and report on investment grade sustainability data and to enable investors to use the same data for portfolio decision making.
Current focus areas include physical and transition risks, scope 3 emissions including financed emissions and the concrete steps clients can take to address these issues from the strategic to the asset level, applying UL's extensive understanding of science and engineering. He also works across UL's business units to connect the dots of UL's deep experience in product and supply chain sustainability for corporate level reporting.
Previously he worked for Accenture and KPMG across the UK, Hong Kong and Singapore. In these roles he supported companies to understand their material sustainability topics, embed sustainability into business strategy & operations and demonstrate the value of sustainability initiatives to investors.
Chris received his BSc. In Geography with Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science and is a CFA Charter holder.
Catherine Sheehy is the global lead for sustainability partnerships at UL. Catherine’s wealth of knowledge in measurement, reporting, and data-driven change management coupled with her passion for sustainability has positioned her to successfully steward collaborative partnerships aimed at advancing sustainability and circular economy imperatives.
Catherine’s expertise has enabled leading businesses to bring more sustainable products and services to market, meeting growing stakeholder demands for solutions to social and environmental challenges.
Chris Ashworth, National Service Line Manager, UL
Chris has worked with commercial real estate, Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions, US GSA, architects, and general contractors, specializing in the energy, indoor air quality, ESG and sustainability areas for over 14 years. Currently Chris is the National Service Line Manager for the Energy and Sustainability services with UL’s Environment and Sustainability division.
Businesses looking for direction on managing and reporting non-financial data and existing 360 software customers
Gain an understanding of the drivers for reporting sustainability and ESG data to multiple stakeholders
Learn about solutions for gathering and reporting data and request demonstrations
View tips and tricks for making the most out of the system at the live support virtual booth (for existing 360 customers)
How investors are driving ESG reporting
ESG metrics and reporting
Customer success stories
Supply Chain Scope 3 reporting
UL ES Forum 2019
Watch the 2019 event highlights video.