|22nd March 2023 06:30 PM (GMT)
Join us for an engaging fireside chat on the role of ESG in helping address social and environmental issues, promote diversity and inclusion, and create positive change in our communities!
Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) criteria are used to evaluate a company’s sustainability and societal impact and have become increasingly important for companies and investors in recent years.
Our event will feature Stephen Prendiville, the Head of Sustainability at EY and a leading expert in the industry, who will share insights on the importance of ESG and its impact on society. The discussion will be facilitated by Mícheál Gallagher, ESG Specialist at Diligent and JCI Dublin member, giving an opportunity for meaningful dialogue between an industry thought leader and an industry rising star.
Attendees can expect to learn about the latest trends and best practices in ESG, as well as the challenges and opportunities facing companies and investors as they integrate ESG considerations into their decision-making.
Join us for an inspiring and thought-provoking discussion that will leave you with new insights and ideas for action.
6.30pm: Arrival & Networking
7:00pm: Fireside Chat
7:45pm: Close Out
About our Speakers:
Stephen Prendiville – Head of Sustainability at EY Ireland
Stephen leads EY Ireland’s Sustainability business. Driving forward both EY Ireland’s own carbon negative and net zero strategy internally, while also ensuring our clients gain the maximum value from EY professionals experienced in sustainability and related services. Originally from Limerick, Stephen move to Canada in 2011 where he worked with large cities (including Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver, Edmonton, Montreal and Ottawa) to deliver sustainable mobility solutions as well as climate resilience advisory services. Passionate about the provision of higher order electrified public transport and compact urban design, and its role in tackling poverty and homelessness, Stephen has dedicated his professional career to network system thinking – considering the implications of multiple trends and disruptions for planning and strategy development for clients. Notably, Stephen has also undertaken significant infrastructure development and related policy development initiatives for the advance of the circular economy.
Stephen returned to Ireland in the Summer of 2020 to lead EY Ireland’s ambitious climate action agenda and the growth of its sustainability services for our clients.
The event takes place in the Dublin Chamber of Commerce 7 Clare St Dublin Ireland and admission is 15 euros.Back to Calendar