Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) awareness is on the rise in business and finance and impacts all market segments, including construction, mining, and oil and gas.

The impact of new ESG regulations will have a trickle effect down to the choice of vendors, suppliers, contractors, and subcontractors.

That’s why you and all members of your organizations need to be aware of ESG and how it can affect your projects and organization.

On July 8, 2021, we invited Isobel O’Connell, senior ESG consultant, to share her insights and recommendations on this timely and evolving topic.

Watch the webinar replay to learn:

  • How does ESG apply to micro, small, medium, and large size construction companies?
  • At what point does ESG apply to your construction industry?
  • What is your ESG position statement, and why you need it?
  • Plus, live Q&A to address your questions.

ESG For Construction Checklist

Isobel has also prepared a Checklist that can help you identify areas to incorporate ESG into your organization.

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Isobel O'Connell

Presented by Isobel Alice O’Connell

As a global Environment Social Governance (ESG) consultant and award honoree, Isobel focuses on change management, social & environmental impact & risk, strategy, and reporting. She fosters strong working relationships, open communication with diverse stakeholder groups to address the ever-growing intersection between commerce and sustainability. Her ESG expertise includes business development, strategy, regulation & compliance reviews, and risk & disclosure management. Of note, she is known for building bridges between the project world, organizations, and communities to achieve cost-benefit-driven results in such industries as global consultancies, port operations, oil & gas, alternative energy, and mining.

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