Sustainability webinars: Seize the opportunities

Sign up for one or more webinars on how your company can create value for your business and in society and find inspiration to navigate in a complex and changing business environment.

Latest trends, challenges and opportunities within sustainability - knowledge and inspiration when it suits you. 

In this series of webinars, you will get practical knowledge and advice on considerations your company should make to transition to more sustainable practices. We will cover topics such as ESG reporting, sustainable business transformation, pay transparency and more.

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Target audience

The webinars are relevant for CFOs, CSOs and everyone else professionally involved in sustainability management and reporting in Danish companies.

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Den nye CO₂-afgift og CO₂-emissionsafgift: Deres betydning for industrien

Dato: Torsdag den 22. august 2024 kl. 9:00-10:00 

På dette webinar vil du få indsigt i det nu vedtagne lovforslag om den nye ensartede CO₂-afgift for industrien samt en CO₂-emissionsafgift for CO₂-kvotevirksomhederne.

Fx vil du få indsigt i:

  • Et overblik over de to nye afgifter
  • Et overblik over hvilke virksomheder de to afgifter er relevante for
  • Virkningen af afgiften og timeline
  • Hvordan afgiften beregnes
  • Afgiftssatserne
  • Mulighed for at stille spørgsmål til afgiften

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Sustainability Statement: How to succeed with the CSRD

Date: Thursday 12 September at 9:00-10:00 AM 

The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), complemented by the mandatory European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS), entails significant changes to current corporate reporting. Notably, it requires the inclusion of a dedicated sustainability statement in the management report.

Join our webinar to get more insight on the structure and content of the sustainability statement. The webinar will include high-level illustrative overviews of how to structure a sustainability statement including illustrative structures for certain ESRS and high-level content overviews of certain disclosure requirements. Furthermore, the webinar will seek to answer your most asked questions concerning the structure and content of the sustainability statement.

CS3D - aligning future expectations with current practices

Date: Thursday 24 October at 9:00-10:00 AM 

As global emphasis on corporate responsibility intensifies, understanding the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CS3D) becomes crucial for businesses aiming to align with evolving legal frameworks and supply chain requirements. Our experts will delve into the intricacies of the directive, elaborating on its impact on corporate operations and sustainability practices. Join us to gain a comprehensive overview of the CS3D, explore its implications, and prepare your organization for the future of sustainable business. We look forward to guiding you through this pivotal development in sustainable due diligence and supply chain practices.

Make a positive difference for the nature

Date: Wednesday 20 November at 9:00-10:00 AM 

It's time to make a nature positive transition - to operate businesses within scientifically determined planetary boundaries and reverse the loss of nature. In this webinar we will share practical tools and resources to get started and examples of the opportunities to lead a more healthy business by practicing nature positive leadership.

How to create value through value chain transparency

Date: Wednesday 11 December at 9:00-10:00 AM 

Back up your claims with action - ESG data and reporting is at the highest attention right now. However, instead of just ensuring compliance, in this webinar, we would like to put a spotlight on how you can utilize technology to provide a detailed overview of a product's lifecycle - to create value both upstream and downstream in your value chain. We will share real life use cases and examples of what a digital product passport is and how it can be an enabler for supporting ESG reporting but also boost the circularity and increase transparency for both your company and your customers.

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Corporate ESG Reporting 2024 - Learn From the Best

PwC's annual conference, 'the CFO's agenda', celebrates the best annual reports among the C25 listed companies and the 10 largest non-listed and large cap companies in Denmark. 

In this webinar, we will unfold cases and you can learn from companies who include ESG strategically in their reporting. You can also hear from PwC what makes an annual report excellent. 

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Kick-starting your Sustainable Business Transformation

To many Danish organisations sustainability is top of mind. The global sustainable transition presents organisations with challenges that range from meeting new regulations to structuring and governance, lack of necessary skills as well as the collection of the right data and acquisition of technology that can support the work. Organisations are required to actively work with sustainability in a way that goes beyond compliance and reporting and critically challenges the way the company is run. A need for change and a thorough sustainable transformation is founded with the aim of changing practice and contributing to a greener and more socially just future. 

In this webcast, you will learn about PwC's approach to sustainable business transformation, global best practices and learnings from working with our clients in tackling their challenges.

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Marie-Louise Christiansen Borly, Senior Vice President at COWI, for Sustainability Procurement & Workplace Services share how COWI has kick-started their sustainability journey, how COWI approaches sustainability beyond compliance through an ESG integration program and some of the key challenges and learnings so far.

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Strengthen Sustainability Reporting with Due Diligence Processes

The EU has reached a political agreement on the corporate sustainability due diligence directive (CS3D). It introduces an obligation for companies to conduct human rights and environmental due diligence on impacts throughout the value chain. Introducing due diligence need not be merely a compliance tick-box exercise - it is an acknowledged approach to ensuring responsible business conduct and working strategically with sustainability.

In this webcast, you can get inspiration from PwC and company experience on how sustainability due diligence processes can be implemented to structure the company's sustainability work and strengthen the strategic ESG work and reporting.

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Diversity and Pay Transparency - New Legislation

To strengthen the application of the principle of equal pay for equal work or work of equal value between men and women, the EU has adopted a directive imposing pay transparency and enforcement mechanisms. The directive's aim is to equalize the pay gap between men and women and can have significant consequences for all employers in Denmark. In this webcast you will gain insights into the directive and how your company already now can start including the mechanisms in your ESG and DE&I strategy on workforce and equal pay initiatives as the directive is to be seen as a benchmark for minimum equal pay initiative.

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How will a Danish CO2 Tax affect the Industry and Agriculture? [In Danish]

In this webcast you will gain insights into the expected CO2 tax for the industry and agriculture, including: 

  • An overview of which companies the tax is relevant for
  • The impact of the tax
  • How the tax is calculated

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Double Materiality Assessment: Value Creation and Value Leaks

The new Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) makes it a legal requirement to conduct a double materiality assessment. It enables management to determine which topics that must be reported, as per the European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS). It should also inform the company's strategic ESG journey. The steps of the double materiality analysis are described in detail in the standards, and the process can be a difficult exercise. However, when well-designed and executed, this compliance exercise can also be a lever to create business value - including commercial value. 

In the webcast you will get insights into how navigate the grey zones in the standards and use the exercise to contribute to the strategic ESG work.

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Dorte Raahave Østerdal, Head of ESG in SDC,  shares in the webcast her perspectives on the double materiality process and insigths into SDC's next steps towards CSRD reporting and assurance readiness. 

Kontakt os

Susanne Stormer

Partner, Leder af ESG- og Bæredygtighedsydelser, København, PwC Denmark

2334 6283


Joan Faurskov Cordtz

Partner, leder af afgifter og told, København, PwC Denmark

5135 7562


Catrine Søndergaard Byrne

Partner, Head of Employment, GDPR and Dataethics, København, PwC Denmark

2448 9299


Carina Ohm

Partner, ESG- og Bæredygtighedsydelser, København, PwC Denmark

2442 8398


Nicolai Toft Pedersen

Manager, Digital Transformation og Blockchain lead, PwC Denmark

5189 8353


Sara Filtenborg

Event Manager, København , PwC Denmark

3945 3150


Nikoline Staal Asbjerg

Senior Event Associate, København, PwC Denmark

3945 9637


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