Webinars, Events & Training

Explore TDi Sustainability’s webinars, events & masterclass training sessions to learn from our senior experts sharing their insights and experience.

TRAINING: ESG & Reporting in Mining

February 2023

An ESG masterclass for the mining industry. Drawing on over thirty years experience working for the world’s top mining leaders, as well as getting artisanal mine sites investment ready, TDi’s experts will empower you to know:

– What ESG means for mining;
– How to create a strategy & make real progress;
– How to present to investors, clients and local communities.

Training Modules:
– The Move Towards Net-Zero: Carbon Accounting & Offsets in the Mining Sector
– Social License to Operate, Indigenous People’s Rights & Free Prior Informed Consent
– The Evolving Landscape of Regulatory Compliance
– Sustainability Reporting
– How to address the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs)
– Voluntary Sustainability Standards, Traceability & Market Access

Learning Platform
Remote learning via online training webinars with bespoke consultations for each attendee.

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WEBINAR: Just Transition v. Green Transition

12.10.2022

How do you ensure your organisation is achieving a Just transition alongside its Green transition?

Panel
Dr Assheton Stewart Carter, CEO of TDi Sustainability
Agnes Davis, Content Specialist at TDi Sustainability

Platform
LinkedIn Live

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WEBINAR: Solar Stewardship Initiative

04.10.2022

How can we drive a more responsible, transparent, and sustainable solar value chain?

Panel
Dr Assheton Stewart Carter, CEO of TDi Sustainability
Natasha Hagan, VP Sustainability at Lightsource bp
Benjamin Wong, Director Strategy and Public Affairs Long Solar Europe
Alessandro Boschi, Head of Renewable Energy Division European Investment Bank (EIB)

Host
SolarPower Europe and Solar Energy UK

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WEBINAR: CAHRA MAP

22.09.2022

How to use TDI’s CAHRA map tool, plus exploring recent updates.

Panel
Graham Lee, Head of Research at TDi Sustainability
Agnes Davis, Content Specialist at TDi Sustainability

Platform
LinkedIn Live

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WEBINAR: Spring Talks

Beauty x Sustainability
09.09.2021

#Beauty X #Sustainability: crafting compelling sustainable beauty #communications in the age.

Panel
David Alpert, Managing Director, IIAA
Assheton Carter, CEO of leading sustainability advisory firm TDi Sustainability
Tiina Frazer, Chief Marketing Officer, Lumene of #greenwashing. 

Host
Spring Studios

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WEBINAR: A Question of Origin

06.05.2021

The challenges and opportunities in determining coloured gemstone origin and traceability, gemmological and using modern systems and technology.

Panel
Richa Goyal Sikri, Independent Journalist and Storyteller
Dr Michael Krzemnicki, SSEF
Monica Stephenson, ANZA Gems/iDazzle and Moyo Gems 

Host
CIBJO

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WEBINAR: The Lake Victoria Gold Programme

30.04.2021

Reflecting on the challenges around engaging with, investing with and sourcing gold from ASM.

Panel
The Impact Facility (lead partner)
Chambers Federation
Solidaridad
Fairtrade Foundation
Fairphone


Host
The Impact Facility

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WEBINAR: Launch of the Gemstones and Jewellery Community Platform

29.04.2021

The Coloured Gemstone Working Group (CGWG) and TDi Sustainability have been finalising the development and roll out of free, open-access OECD due diligence aligned tools and resources to provide guidance for all actors in the coloured gemstone supply chain regardless of size or budget.

Moderated by
Julija Menise, TDi Sustainability

Panel
Members of the CGWG (Chopard, Gemfields, Kering, LVMH, The Muzo Companies, Richemont, Swarovski, Tiffany & Co.)

Host
Coloured Gemstones Working Group & TDi Sustainability

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WEBINAR: Launch of Material Insights Platform

26.04.2021

The Launch of Material Insights: Risk Data to Facilitate Due Diligence in Mineral Supply Chains

Panel
Ken Anderson, Responsible Business Alliance
Rashad Abelson, OECD
David Sturmes, TDi Sustainability
Graham Lee, TDi Sustainability
Tirza Voss, Fairphone

Host
Responsible Minerals Initiative & TDi Sustainability

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WEBINAR: Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) and Human Rights Due Diligence

26.04.2021

The right to FPIC is a key principle of international human rights law to protect Indigenous Peoples’ livelihoods and territories and is an important part of human rights due diligence when projects affect Indigenous Peoples.

Panel
Assheton Stewart Carter, TDi Sustainability
Soledad Mills, Equitable Origin
Ben Chambers, Mining Association of Canada

Host
Equitable Origin & TDi Sustainability

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