Our webcasts are designed to keep you informed about leading practices and emerging issues in sustainability that have an impact on your business. Each webcast is available to be viewed as an archive if you can't make the live event. Most of our live webcasts offer the opportunity to earn continuing professional education (CPE) credits, however CPEs aren't available through archive viewing.
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Assessing the value of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors in deals
Held October 22, 2013
This webcast covered integrating environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues in deals and valuing their impact, and how companies are implementing ESG programs, valuing ESG issues, factoring ESG issues into the diligence process and IPO valuations. The webcast also reviewed findings from PwC's survey on responsible private equity (PE) investment.
Boosting your bottom line through eco-efficiency
Held June 12, 2013
This webcast explores how leading companies are using eco-efficiency to reduce operating costs and produce strategic advantage. We frame eco-efficiency as a journey starting with ways to monetize “quick-wins” through to longer-term strategies to increase competitive advantage, employee engagement and cost savings. We dive into specific strategies you can leverage like building the capacity to identify operational efficiency improvements, paying for eco-efficiency through tax and utility incentives, optimizing clean technology to reduce operating costs and understanding how to measure the impact of these investments.
Risk ready: New approaches to environmental and social change
Held November 29, 2012
Our discussion will focus on some of the key risks that business leaders need to know about amid today’s landscape of rapid change, extreme weather events, global operations, and resource scarcity. We will examine the business impacts of environmental and social risks, and share steps for thinking proactively with a broader view of risk. We’ll explore how sustainability, risk, and business continuity leaders can work together to evolve and broaden your risk management approach.
Conflict minerals: What does Dodd-Frank Section 1502 mean for you?
Held September 11, 2012
This webcast explores the SEC's final rule on conflict minerals, issued August 22, 2012, pursuant to Dodd-Frank Section 1502. The rule describes the due diligence and reporting requirements for SEC issuers whose products contain conflict minerals. These minerals – tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold – are used in a wide range of products across numerous industries, and some estimates suggest that at least half of all SEC issuers will be impacted by this rule. Panelists from PwC's Assurance and Consulting practices lead a discussion addressing the rule, its impact, and what companies should be doing now.
Sustainability valuation: Putting a dollar value on your initiatives
Held August 16, 2012
Companies are finding real value in their sustainability efforts, but still face a challenge showing how these directly contribute to the bottom line. How can you measure and communicate -- in financial terms -- what sustainability means for your organization? This webcast delves into sustainability valuation, and how established financial valuation and decision analysis tools can be applied to quantify the direct and indirect benefits of environmental and social initiatives.
Transforming the business through sustainability
Held February 28, 2012
This webcast explores how companies can achieve transformational results in innovation and operational excellence by integrating sustainability across the enterprise, from strategy through execution.
Technology Forecast: Building sustainable companies
Held December 7, 2011
PwC sustainability and technology leaders discuss the role of information technology in advancing sustainability in enterprises. Using experiences of PUMA, The Dow Chemical Company, SAP and Intel, they share how enterprises can embed sustainability in existing operations.