As part of Ipieca's Strategy Review for the development of the new four-year Strategic Plan (2021-2024), Ipieca sought input from its key stakeholders through an online survey and a stakeholder dialogue. Input from Ipieca key stakeholders has been influential in the Ipieca strategic planning process since 2001.
The dialogue was held virtually on 31 March 2020, between ten Executive Committee members and nine external stakeholders, drawn from civil society, academia and financial institutions.
The participating stakeholders were:
- Marielle Canter Weikel, Conservation International
- Stephen Edwards, International Union for the Conservation of Nature
- Heath Gibson, Equator Principles Association
- John Morrison, Institute for Human Rights and Business
- Jane Nelson, Harvard Kennedy School
- Janet Peace, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions
- Mark Radka, United Nations Environment Programme
- Anita Ramasastry, UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights
- Filippo Veglio, World Business Council for Sustainable Development
The discussion focused on stakeholders' views on Ipieca's potential role in the energy transition, possible updates to the Ipieca Vision, priorities and strategies for Ipieca focus areas, and how to effectively engage with stakeholders going forward.