BSR Members Only
Date and Time
February 20, 2024
10:00 am-11:00 am CET
Event resources are for BSR members only. Members, please log in to access the resources.
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.
- Giulio Berruti, Director, Climate Change, BSR
- Julie Dugard, Manager, Climate Change, BSR
Director, Climate Change, BSR
Giulio leads BSR's climate work in the EMEA region. BSR works globally on value chain decarbonization across consulting, collaborative initiatives, and grants. Giulio brings expertise in Scope 3 supplier engagement, reverse sourcing, and commodities decarbonization, as well as helping companies implement their net zero and environmental targets. He also works across sectors on implementing the TCFD recommendations and climate scenario analysis.
Prior to joining BSR, Giulio worked for climate change consulting firm EcoAct in both France and Kenya. His work focused on climate targets, carbon neutrality, and project implementation, as well climate risk assessments. He speaks English, French, Italian, and Spanish.
Giulio holds an M.S. in Sustainability from HEC Paris School of Management. He also holds a double degree M.S. in Management and Industrial Engineering and a double degree B.S. in Technology and International Business from Politecnico di Torino and UIC Barcelona
Manager, Climate Change, BSR
Julie is part of BSR’s climate change team, where she develops climate change and sustainability strategies for BSR members across multiple industries.
Prior to joining BSR, Julie worked in Mazars’s sustainability services practice, where she was a CSR manager. She audited and advised companies on their ESG data, CSR and climate ambitions, risk approaches over a broad range of sectors (retail, automotive industry, services, insurance). During her time within Mazars, Julie also spent six months at the Mexico City office.
Julie holds a master’s degree in business from Kedge Business School and spent one semester at the University of Nottingham and another one at the University of Technology of Sydney attending sustainability courses. She speaks French, English, and Spanish.