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ESG Defined Through Different Lenses

ESD Practice Leader Aliza Skolnik will be moderating an upcoming CoreNet Global Northern California Chapter panel discussion on how environmental, social, and governance (ESG) is defined by different stakeholders in the building industry.

To many, “ESG” equals “sustainability” and is often strongly tied to company financial performance and long-term value creation. Skolnik will be overseeing the three-member panel as it explores how ESG is defined by different perspectives of designers, engineers, architects, contractors, and building owners. Other topics will include exploring the material risks and growth opportunities that have resulted in ESG initiatives that serve the company and community as well as the latest ESG trends.

Registration for the hour-long hybrid panel event is open.

Aliza Skolnik is an active member of various professional organizations, freely sharing her professional knowledge and expertise while also demonstrating her commitment to ESD’s mission to improve society through the built environment.

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