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TWTV: Useful data for reporting and mitigating climate change

Solving data challenges for climate change reporting

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TWTV: Useful data for reporting and mitigating climate change

Date and time:

Wed 18 May 12:40 PM - 1:40 PM


Nationwide (more than one region)

Auckland, Auckland CBD, Auckland


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TWTV: Useful data for reporting and mitigating climate change

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Join these industry leaders in our panel discussion and learn from their experience as they navigate the data challenges that businesses are currently facing as they prepare to comply with climate disclosure requirements.

To help businesses on their journey to reporting their scope 1, 2 and 3 Greenhouse Gas emissions, our panellists will:

  • share insights into the data challenges across a range of industries
  • discuss how these industries are addressing their challenges, and
  • debate the practicalities of applying their learnings to other industries.
  • Within this discussion you'll also become familiar with:
  • the benefits of industry collaboration and industry standards
  • newly published research into the carbon footprint of cryptocurrencies and NFTs
  • potential solutions from the agricultural sector
  • how to get started – tactics for businesses to start measuring and reporting their scope three emissions.

This event has been organised by finappster with FinTechNZ's sustainable FinTech working group.

This year, the Techweek TV sessions have been segmented into the Techweek22 themes. The sessions can be viewed from the comforts of your home office, desk, and anywhere you’ve got a device connected to the internet. You can view the sessions here. Just click play, at the time of the session kick-off. Missed a session? Don’t worry, all Techweek TV sessions will be recorded and be made available on demand for you to view at your convenience.

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Leeanna Kohn-Hardy

CEO & Founder, finappster

As a participant of the Creative HQ Incubation Programme and Atto Accelerator, Leeanna’s leading the development of finappster™ - a fintech platform that reimagines how conscious investors manage their investments.

Leeanna also co-chairs FinTechNZ's Sustainable FinTech Working Group; is a participant of the Sustainable Business Network; and manages her own Meetup group – the Sustainable Network.

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Jo Kelly

Chief Executive, Centre for Sustainable Finance

Jo has delivered cross-continent sustainability initiatives and collaborations between some of the world’s best-known businesses. Alongside her role as Chief Executive of Toitū Tahua, Jo is on the B Lab Australia New Zealand Board and is on the National Advisory Board for Impact Investing.

In 2011 Jo managed the establishment of The B Team, co-founded by Sir Richard Branson and Jochen Zeitz. On returning home to Aotearoa NZ Jo spent four years with Deloitte New Zealand.  

She helped establish Harbour Cancer Centre, where she is now an advisor, and co-founded The Connective. Jo and her two kids, Sam and Jimmy, are of Ngati Tuwharetoa descent. 

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Jaime Nack

President, Three Squares Inc.

Jaime Nack is the President of Three Squares Inc. (TSI) - award-winning sustainability and ESG consulting firm. Having worked on all seven continents (including Antarctica), TSI is a global leader in developing and implementing sustainability strategies for complex, high profile projects involving governments, corporations, investors, and industry groups. TSI also delivers ESG advisory services at the board level and complete strategy services at the organisational level, guiding clients through industry disclosures and frameworks. TSI carries a robust client roster and has enjoyed working with organisations including Bloomberg, Forsyth Barr, 777 Partners Private Investment, LVMH, HP, ESPN, Honda, Disney, United Airlines, and more.

In 2011, Nack was named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. She also received an appointment under the Obama administration to serve on the National Women’s Business Council, an advisory council to the President and the federal government on economic issues of importance to women business owners. Nack speaks to audiences around the world about the business case for sustainability and its impact on the future of the global marketplace. She proudly serves as one of Vice President Al Gore’s presenters for The Climate Reality Project (trained in Nashville, Tennessee in 2010).

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Jack Bisset

Policy Manager, External Reporting Board

Jack is leading on the strategy and scenario analysis aspects of the climate-related disclosure standards, at the External Reporting Board.

Jack has been working in climate policy for the last 5 years including work on macroeconomic modelling, emissions trading, sustainable finance and climate-related disclosures. 


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