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Ipieca is pleased to launch its labour rights training, developed with the contribution of Building Responsibly and hosted on the Supply Chain Sustainability School’s e-learning platform.Ipieca Week 2023 briefing report: stakeholder panels on supporting a sustainable energy transition and industry engagement
This report provides an overview of key messages from the two stakeholder panels exploring how Ipieca can support its members to lead the industry’s contribution to a sustainable energy transition, and how Ipieca can provide a trusted/safe channel for dialogue and collaboration with key stakeholders.
This panel session compared the opportunities and challenges of initiatives from the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB), the US Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) and the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG).
Twelve e-learning modules to support the industry and its supply chain to improve awareness and management of labour rights issues.
The Ipieca-WBCSD SDG Roadmap is designed to be implemented. Ipieca produces annual reports to demonstrate progress and assess where gaps are, sharing concrete examples from companies and Ipieca.
The annual Ipieca sustainability reporting survey identifies trends in the sustainability reporting practices of Ipieca member companies. These are the results for 2022.
Marking over a year since its launch, we highlight some of the progress Ipieca has made towards implementing the SDG Roadmap.
Ipieca has launched the Supply chain library of questions and resources and will be hosting a webinar to introduce the tool and provide a demonstration on how to utilise it most effectively.
The annual Ipieca sustainability reporting survey identifies trends in the sustainability reporting practices of Ipieca member companies. These are the results for 2021.
A tool to help oil and gas companies assess and manage supply chain sustainability risks.