Engaging and influencing during the UN General Assembly
Submitted by: Global Reporting Initiative
Posted: Sep 25, 2019 – 03:15 PM EST
Sep. 25 /CSRwire/ - The 74th annual United Nations General Assembly – ‘UNGA74’ – is underway, as representatives from the 193 UN member states meet in New York.
This global gathering is a catalyst for high-level meetings, events and conferences, a number of which are very relevant to GRI’s work to promote sustainability reporting and corporate transparency, in the context of progress towards sustainable development.
GRI is once again actively involved with chief executive Tim Mohin and chief external affairs officer Peter Paul van de Wijs participating through a range of meetings, panel events, speaking commitments and seminars.
GRI’s engagement schedule this coming week in New York includes:
Monday 23 September
‘Youth Want Impact: Changing Businesses for Good’ Misk OSGEY Global Forum
‘Investor Strategies to Address the Biodiversity and Climate Crises’ seminar, hosted by BNP Paribas Asset Management
Tuesday 24 September
UN High-Level Political Forum on the Sustainable Development Goals
CDP ‘Climate of Opportunity: Innovation and Urgency in Climate Action’ event
World Economic Forum (WEF) Sustainable Development Impact Summit
Wednesday 25 September
UN SDG Business Forum: ‘The SDGs... Turning Promises into Reality’
Columbia University’s ‘Aligning Corporations with the SDGs’ International Investment Conference
Thursday 25 September
Tenth anniversary celebrations for the Sustainable Stock Exchanges (SSE) Initiative
Friday 26 September
UN Development Programme (UNDP) Business Call to Action Annual Forum
Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is the independent international organization, headquartered in Amsterdam with a presence around the world, that helps businesses, governments and other organizations understand and communicate their sustainability impacts.
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