2 Jun 21

Reporting the impacts of COVID-19 in your environmental reports

Reporting the impacts of COVID-19 in your environmental reportsGreenstone is holding a webinar on 'Reporting the impacts of COVID-19 in your environmental reports' on Tuesday 29 June at 4pm BST.

Managing and reporting environmental data during the global COVID-19 pandemic has been a huge challenge for those responsible for their company’s sustainability reporting. On Tuesday 29 June at 4pm BST, Greenstone is holding a webinar providing some advice and guidance on how to report the impacts of COVID-19 in environmental reports.

In this webinar, Greenstone will reflect on the impact that COVID-19 has had so far on environmental disclosures, some of the key challenges that companies are facing and some solutions that we are seeing from our work at Greenstone, and the industry more broadly.

This 30-minute webinar will cover:

  • The impact COVID-19 has had on data acquisition
  • How COVID-19 has impacted reporting boundaries and materiality
  • Reporting on business travel during a pandemic
  • Working from home emissions and how to calculate them
  • The impact on environmental targets and how to manage them moving forward


Register here



David Wynn, Managing Director North America, Greenstone

_S7A4525 copy-1As Managing Director, David is responsible for the operation of Greenstone’s North America business unit. David manages the Greenstone Enterprise product, making sure it evolves with the sustainability reporting landscape to meet clients’ needs today and in the future.

David has worked in the sustainability sector for 14 years and been with Greenstone since 2012. Prior to Greenstone, David spent time at the Environment Agency, Carbon Trust and Ricardo consulting public and private sector organisations on developing their environmental policies and delivering sustainability programmes.


Unable to join us on the day? We will record this webinar. If you are unable to attend live, please register and we will send you a link to the recording after the webinar.


Environment , COVID-19