More than 75 per cent of world emissions originate from cities and more than 75 per cent of the world's natural resources are consumed by them.

Cities and municipalities play a crucial role to drive climate action and resilience measures, acting as stewards for the communities they serve – including their constituents, and public, private and non-profit organizations. With the physical impacts of climate change – including floods, wildfires, and droughts – accelerating in terms of both increased frequency and severity, city and municipal leaders are increasingly considering how they can tackle the multifaced challenge of achieving net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050.

KPMG in Canada’s Public Sector and ESG practices invite you to join us for a three-part national webinar series focusing on the journey to net zero – from strategic planning and stakeholder engagement to the implementation at the asset and operational level, and subsequent reporting obligations. Hear from industry subject matter experts as they share practical insights and answer your burning questions to tackle climate adaption and mitigation.

Part 3: Navigating the ESG reporting journey for cities and municipalities

Measuring, communicating, and iterating

  • What systems and metrics are in place to monitor and assess the progress towards your net zero targets?
  • How are you communicating progress, challenges, and successes to your citizens and stakeholders? What platforms are you using for this communication?
  • How are you planning to adapt and iterate your strategies over time in response to emerging data, new technologies, and evolving best practices?

Notes:

  • Confirmation emails will be sent shortly after registration.
  • CPE credits will be offered for this webcast.

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