Sustainability Trends & ESG Reporting with Trinity Consultants
Understanding environmental compliance standards and improving your ESG strategy
As sustainability continues to be a focus for industries worldwide, it is more important than ever for companies to understand ESG reporting and implement processes to ensure environmental regulations are being met and reported on correctly.
Download this webinar to hear environmental experts from Trinity Consultants dive into the “E” of ESG — we’ll discuss the current landscape of sustainability and how heavy industrial companies can stay ahead of emerging risks. We’ll also cover these topics:
- Current ESG reporting requirements and new developments
- How public and private companies manage sustainability
- Best practices for tracking and reporting sustainability
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Christi Wilson – Principal Consultant
Ms. Wilson is a Principal Consultant affiliated with Trinity’s Pittsburgh, PA office. With more than twenty-five years of experience in the environmental field, she has a deep understanding of federal and state air quality permitting (including major NSR/PSD) and Clean Air Act compliance (e.g., NSPS, NESHAP/MACT) for a variety of complex industry sectors with a particular focus on iron & steel manufacturing and all segments of the oil and natural gas sector. She has extensive experience with criteria and HAP/toxic air pollutant and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions quantification and inventory development and reporting under state and federal compulsory programs, as well as corporate sustainability and voluntary reduction programs. As a seasoned environmental professional, Ms. Wilson routinely performs compliance and environmental management system audits, and assists clients with EHS software selection and implementation. In her current role, Ms. Wilson serves as a national subject-matter expert for Trinity’s Oil & Gas business line and as a climate change specialist assisting clients with development of carbon footprints, GHG reduction targets, life cycle assessments, and sustainability strategies. Ms. Wilson earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences from M.I.T. in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Christine Haman, PhD – Sustainability & ESG Manager
Dr. Haman is a Sustainability & ESG Manager currently located in Trinity’s Baton Rouge, Louisiana office. Dr. Haman has over 11 years of environmental consulting and project management experience. She has served a variety of industries including fertilizer, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, liquefied natural gas, mining, pulp and paper, and automobile. Additionally, Dr. Haman is a refrigerant subject matter expert assisting clients with 40 CFR 82 compliance and refrigerant reductions related to carbon mitigation strategy. Dr. Haman focuses on ESG services such as materiality and benchmarking assessments, corporate GHG inventory development in accordance with various protocols (e.g., GHG Protocol Corporate Reporting Standard, The Climate Registry), CDP disclosure, implementation of EPA’s Mandatory Reporting Rule (40 CFR 98), and environmental policy development. She also specializes in air quality permitting, dispersion modeling, reporting, and compliance support for clients. Dr. Haman graduated from LSU with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Geography/Climatology, a Master of Science degree in Meteorology from The Florida State University, and a Doctorate degree in Atmospheric Science from the University of Houston.
About Coffee & Compliance
To help environmental, health, and safety (EHS) professionals stay ahead of the curve, Mapistry is joining forces with industry leaders to host a game-changing series of educational webinars.
Join us monthly as we sip our coffee and chat with EHS thought leaders and regulators about emerging compliance issues, career development, trends, conquering challenges and more. Each discussion features a new industry expert to arm you and your team with unparalleled insights and real world advice.
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