A Green Seat for the C-Suite?
Wednesday, 2nd June 2021
3pm - 4:45pm
A Green Seat for the C-Suite E-Paper
Davy Horizons were delighted to launch the ICRS (Institute of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability) Ireland hub on 2nd June. Accompanying that launch we have published an E-Paper titled “A Green Seat for the C-Suite” which discusses the increasing leadership role Chief Sustainability Officers are taking at the board and executive level of all organisations.
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The increasing role of chief sustainability officers at board and executive level
“Embedding sustainability throughout an organisation is everyone’s job. However, a central team ensures focus and direction. The role of the CSO and their team is to ensure sustainability is hardwired into the business strategy, embed the delivery throughout the organisation and drive system change to optimise the enabling environment for sustainable business.”
Rebecca Marmot, Chief Sustainability Officer at Unilever
Read about the increasing role of chief sustainability officers
What is the ICRS?
The Institute of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability (ICRS) is the UK’s professional body for Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability (CRS). Established by a group of senior CRS professionals, the ICRS supports and recognises people and companies for their achievements in CRS. ICRS Hubs bring together CR and Sustainability professionals located in specific geographic regions, at the same stage of their career, or with the same area of interest to collaborate and share good practice, knowledge, and skills.
A discussion with Ireland’s Minister for Housing, Local Government & Heritage
49 Dawson Street,
Dublin 2, Ireland
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