SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT & CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Synthesis

– SD, the SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT,the UN member States are committed to the SD, for a better world. – UNSDGoals, 17 SDGs with specific targets to be achieved by 23. CSR, the CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY or commitments of the Companies & organizations to UNSD Goals. ISO 26 for Social Responsibility
& ISO 141 for Environment Management.
Licence to operate. Local content.
My experience with UNEP, the GRI, Global Reporting Initiative
(KPIs), IPIECA & ASPO.

Why is social responsibility important? iso.org/sdgs.html
1.Concepts, terms and definitions related to SR
2.Background, trends and characteristics of SR
3.Principles and practices relating to SR
4.Core subjects and issues of SR
5.Integrating socially responsible behavior
6.Identifying and engaging with stakeholders
7.Communicating commitments, performance

The CAR MANUFACTURERS:
challenges for mobility, contribution to the SD Goals.
Case of 2 manufacturers. 7 CSR macro risks and 23 linked CSR issues. OIL & GAS Cies: CSR commitments. Case of 2 companies. Safety, Climate, Local environment, Health,
Shared development, Responsible employe.
Recycling, recovery and reclamation. Water.
Ethical Standards. Registration document; Climate reports. My experience.

The ENERGY TRANSITION OUTLOOK to 25
Energy mix is rapidly decarbonizing; see dnvgl.com
Renewables and fossil fuels to equally share supply by 25
Electricity will contribute to humanity’s energy demand
declining from the mid-23s onwards.
CLIMATE CHANGE, the IPCC
The special report on the impacts of global warming of 1.5 °C,
strengthening the global response to the threat of climate change,
SD and efforts to eradicate poverty. COP 21..24 & others.
ECOSYSTEMS & BIODIVERSITY

LOCAL ISSUES, SD & CSR in your own country
Presentation by students about SD Programmes & CSR
in their own country. Discussions. Films
CONCLUSION
with the students on the integrated week.
Ceremony for Certificate of Attendance.

Language

english

Audience type

students at Master level, Engineering School or Business School interested in global issues with the Energy mix Transition Outlook to the next decades.

Planned duration

5 days x 5 hours including movies, practical cases in daily workshops and quiz.

Support material

Slides & videocf, TPA ToolBox,dnvgl.com, iea.org, eia.gov/ieo, aspofrance.orgopec.com, unep.org, ipcc.org, planete-energies.com

Prerequisite

Interest in Economics, Geopolitics and International relations. Basic knowledge on energy issues.

Objectives

Provide the students with projections of energy trends through to 25 and what they mean for energy security, environmental sustainability and economic development.

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