1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Amplifiers or change agents?
How do we increase the scrutiny of companies and organisations on their pledges for change?
Can we help governments, companies and society move from pledge to progress?
Is it possible to pivot from amplification to transformation?
As communicators we need to embrace this important issue – our panellists, all experts in this field, will shed light on what is happening now and how we can play our part for the future of the planet
Our team of experts will be discussing the importance of climate change in today’s challenging economic times and how we can address the problems of transparency and keep the subject at the top of the agenda
Dr Lucy Walton – Data Director, Williams Nicolson
Lucy audits ESG and Sustainability commitments in corporate communications for FTSE100 and FTSE250 companies as part of her role as Data Director at Williams Nicolson. She is currently studying Business Sustainability Management at the University of Cambridge’s Institute for Sustainability Leadership
Deanna Tallon – MD for Sustainability, Edelman
Leading Edelman’s work to commit to setting a science-based target in line with the Paris Agreement. Deanne is responsible for building game-changing programmes focused on corporate purpose and sustainability.
Sconaid McGeachin – Director of Communications and Marketing at COP28 UAE
Award winning Sconaid has a strong history of working at the highest level in global communications. Her experience includes working with world leaders, government, CEO’s, the UN on SDG’s with a focus on climate and sustainability and gender empowerment.
Our discussion will be led by Laura Sutherland Director Aura PR (pictured)
Founder of Aura, a strategic communication and business advisory, helping clients accelerate to a sustainable future. She first cut her teeth in climate and sustainability in 2009, launching the leather industry’s first thermal energy plant and has since managed the communication for Scotland’s 2020 Climate Group. She is a PRCA Fellow and sits on its Misinformation in the Climate Crisis Strategy Group and is part of the CIPR’s ESG Panel.
Register here: https://globalwpr.com/ipdsep22