BSR Members Only
Date and Time
February 21, 2024
11:00 am-12:00 pm PST
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This introductory session will dive into the landscape of international voluntary and regulatory frameworks, including key components of a climate transition plan (CTP), how to make CTPs credible, and how CTPs fit into evolving stakeholder expectations for climate strategy and disclosure.
We will provide a summary of leading CTP methodologies and frameworks and share how these align with mandatory international disclosure requirements. There will also be time for discussion and sharing.
- Deb Gallagher, Director, Climate Change, BSR
- Lyrica McTiernan, BSR Advisor
Director, Climate Change, BSR
Deb leads BSR’s climate work in the US. She works closely with BSR’s external partnership teams to accelerate decarbonization while engendering climate justice. She works with Transform to Net Zero (TONZ) collaborative initiative members to amplify leadership behaviors that promote a just and resilient future. Deb leads efforts to create a series of TONZ Transformation Guides on issues such as climate transition action plans (CTAPs), climate policy engagement, and climate justice.
Prior to joining BSR, Deb was a professor at Duke University, where she led the Business and Environment program. Her research focused on business leadership behaviors required to advance sustainability, including stakeholder relationship management, ESG data acquisition and use, public policy engagement, and design of strategic partnerships. Over the course of 20 years at Duke, she mentored over 200 sustainability leaders. Prior to Duke, she held environmental leadership positions in manufacturing and government.
Deb holds a PhD in Public Policy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a Master's in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School, and a BS in Chemical Engineering from Northwestern University