The Need for Transparency in Sustainability Reporting (NAEM expert-led webinar)

Webinar: The Need for Transparency in Sustainability Reporting

Nancy-Jeanne LeFevre, M.S., P.E., Project Supervisor at Locus Technologies, presented the following NAEM expert-led webinar that outlines the pitfalls, goals, and solutions for optimal sustainability data reporting.

Watch this on-demand webinar to learn about:

  • Why data transparency is important to sustainability reporting and verification
  • The specifics around today’s unique GHG (greenhouse gas) data reporting requirements
  • What methods can be taken to ensure that reported data are transparent
  • And some real examples of what pitfalls other companies have experienced with reporting and verification of their sustainability data

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