Online,BWA, Q&A: Corporate Responsibility – Climate Risk & Reporting

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Q&A Corporate Responsibility – Climate Risk & Reporting

Online,BWA, Q&A: Corporate Responsibility – Climate Risk & Reporting

August 11, 2023 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Online,BWA, Q&A: Corporate Responsibility - Climate Risk & Reporting @ Online

ASIC continues to encourage companies to use the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) recommendations as the primary framework for voluntary climate-related disclosures, including the Guidance on Metrics, Targets, and Transition Plans. As such companies should be well placed to transition to any future disclosure standards in Australia such as those proposed by the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB). However, many Directors, Boards and executives are concerned they don’t have the internal resources, time or know-how for this undertaking.

Every Company Director, Risk professional and Operations Manager should hear Dr Kate Ringvall’s impressive insights into the development of Climate Responsibility Strategies and hear how to carefully consider what kind of governance structures are likely to be required to best support company disclosure and reporting in the near future. Be inspired by Kate’s practical approach and her innovative new venture, Galactic Cooperative, that has been established to launch the concept of sustainability as a service, supporting companies managing this transition, minimising corporate risk relating to climate responsibility and sustainability. Tap into Kate’s expertise and experience in developing the right strategies, policies, actions plans and audit tools.

This online Q&A forum will appeal to every business and community leader, manager, executive and entrepreneur keen to be a champion of change.

This event is interactive and designed for people interested in sustainability and risk management, professionals and executives in internal specialist roles, Board Directors, CEOs, CFOs, General and Operational Managers, Policy, Governance, In house Counsel and Advisers.

Check your time zone:

  • AEST: 12.30 pm
  • SA/NT: 12:00 pm
  • AWST: 10:30 am


Kate is a leader in the Sustainability and Circular Economy field – working, studying and exploring the many facets that make up Sustainability as we know it today. Kate has a Masters in Public Policy and a PhD in Planning and my areas of expertise and interest are in the Circular Economy, Sustainability in Business, Sustainability Branding, Sustainable Urban Planning, Sustainable Cities, Sustainable Transport, Transit Orientated Development, and Energy Efficiency in the Built Environment. Kate has worked for governments at all levels, large corporations, and Universities – implementing and integrating sustainability principles and practices. Kate is also a Co-founder and a Governing Fellow of the Galactic Cooperative, who are leading the way for the development of a Circular Economy in WA; and is leading the Circular Economy agenda for GHD in Canberra.


Lyn is the National Director of Business Women Australia and a management consultant wfocus on business growth, marketing and transformation. She advises some of Australia’s most successful professional and business leadership teams. Lyn is also the WA Director of the Private Wealth Network and mentors Commerce students at UWA. Lyn has held senior roles with KPMG, HHG Legal Group, HLB Mann Judd and Telstra, in addition to General Management roles with technology-based businesses.

About Business Women Australia – BWA brings together business women from all sectors, industries and states;

  • business owners and entrepreneurs
  • executives and managers
  • professionals
  • women on boards
  • emerging leaders
  • women who desire growth and high level connections

Business Women Australia is focused on key areas of development;

  • Leadership
  • Business Improvement
  • Personal and Professional Growth
  • Connections and Friendship


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