The UN Climate Change Conference COP 26 served as a key opportunity to achieve significant, transformational change in global policy and action. The cluster of decisions consists of a range of sympathized components, including strengthened efforts to build resilience to climate change, hold back greenhouse gas emissions, and provide the necessary finance for both. Nations have reaffirmed their duty to fulfill the commitment of providing 100 billion dollars annually from the developed to developing countries.
The business sector has a critical role to take credible actions in promoting sustainable development. Throughout the years, ESG has become increasingly important for the business sector. This event will not identify commitment from participants involved but will also help determine the considerations a company has to make in fulfilling its ESG's commitment to.
Discuss the value of taking initiative with the Paris Agreement Climate target.
Raise awareness on the current phenomenon of climate change
Emphasize the importance of a regulatory body
Create a community that can help with each organization's respective sustainability journey
To provide a venue in discussing a more holistic approach of how can business leaders can converge their efforts toward a more sustainable and safer economy
To provide a venue in sharing best business practices in ensuring effective and continuous operations
To provide an in-depth understanding on the role and importance of transparency and accountability reporting of businesses on their initiatives in mitigating climate change
To discuss the impact of sustainability services for companies in combating climate change
To give a background on how companies can use ESG in ERM to alleviate predicaments caused by climate change
Ultimately, adapt business leaders' wisdom in the continuous improvement of our economy and society
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Regional Program Manager at GRI ASEAN Regional Hub
Daniele is the Regional Program Manager of the GRI ASEAN Regional Hub, overseeing implementation of the donor-funded programs, working with the regional teams in Asia as well as the global Secretariat to manage the successful implementation of new and existing programs in the Southeast Asian region aimed to concretize GRI’s mission . Prior to joining the GRI, she was an Associate Director at EY Global Delivery Services – Climate Change and Sustainability Services (CCaSS) group, providing advisory services in ESG, sustainability/non-financial reporting, climate change and impact assessment studies for the global EY CCASS service line. She has served as research collaborator for studies on sustainability and CSR and has been a resource speaker and lecturer on topics and special courses in sustainability management at the University of Asia and the Pacific, and the Asian Institute of Management.
Daniele completed the Executive Program in Circular Economy and Sustainability Strategies of the University of Cambridge Judge Business School, holds a BSc in Environmental Planning and Management, and MA in Educational Management, from Miriam College, Philippines. She is a Certified Sustainability Reporting Specialist (CSRS) and Certified Sustainability Practitioner (CSP), by the National Center for Sustainability Reporting and Institute for Certified Sustainability Practitioners, Jakarta, Indonesia. She was a volunteer mentor to the ASEAN Career Assistance Reinventing Education (CARE) program of the Global Citizen Education Group, Singapore.
Kate is an ESG Partner at the Deals and Corporate Finance practice of PwC Philippines where she led engagements involving ESG strategy, GHG reporting pre-assurance review, and other M&A advisory services such as financial due diligence, corporate finance, business recovery services and feasibility study, among others. Her industry experience covers financial services, real estate, power and energy, oil and gas, BPO, agri-food manufacturing, consumer goods, mining, tourism, and quick service restaurants, among others. Kate completed the Circular Economy and Sustainable Strategies Program at the Cambridge University Judge Business School and GRI trainings conducted by the Institute of Corporate Directors and the Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants. She also helps in leading the implementation of the PwC Philippines’ Net Zero plan. Kate is a Certified Public Accountant and a cum laude graduate of the University of the Philippines. She holds a masters degree in International Business from the Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration or NHH in Norway, and went into exchange studies at the Bocconi University in Milan, Italy. She also completed the 96th Management Development Program of the Asian Institute of Management with Superior Performance and Best Group in Business Strategy awards.
National Technology Officer at Microsoft Philippines
Dale Jose has over 28 years of IT experience, and 18 of those years invested in Microsoft. Experience spans technology consulting, business development, and entrepreneurship. Across his tenure at Microsoft, he has become a strong champion and advocate for cybersecurity, data privacy, Cloud, AI, and sustainability. He is excited to dive into issues that affect the ever-accelerating digital society. Driving the public sector's trust and commitment to digitalization that spurs socio-economic growth is his priority. Has helped numerous private and public sector institutions craft digital architectures, roadmaps, and adoption of technology to transform organizations. Currently the National Technology Officer (NTO) of Microsoft Philippines. As NTO, his key role is expanding existing bridges between technology, business, economy, policy and society in order to help shape the National Digital Agenda of the country.