BSR Members Only
Date and Time
August 8, 2023
8:00 am-9:00 am Singapore Time
Event resources are for BSR members only. Members, please log in to access the resources.
BSR provides members with access to exclusive insights and analysis to help your business see a changing world more clearly and transform to meet present and future sustainability challenges. Every quarter, BSR members receive the ‘Quarterly Member Insights’ report with news and insights from our global team of sustainability and industry experts. Our quarterly webinars walk you through these emerging developments and explore their implications for your company and its key stakeholders.
In our third installment of 2023, you will hear from our experts as they share highlights on:
- The latest on climate and nature regulation, as well as updates on earth system boundaries and the links between climate and health.
- Developments in the business and human rights field, particularly the approved final text of the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD) and what this means for our members.
- The evolving reporting space and relevant updates from EU and US regulators, and an update from our supply chain sustainability initiatives.
The webinar is open to all member companies and their employees. We encourage you to invite additional colleagues inside or outside of your team and take full advantage of BSR’s member benefits.
- Melissa Do, Manager, Climate Change, BSR
- Rosa Kusbiantoro, Director, Transformation, BSR
- Roberta Pinamonti, Associate Director, BSR
Manager, Climate Change, BSR
Melissa works across multiple industries on climate change strategy development and sustainability management. She is on the collaborative initiative launch and implementation teams for Transform to Net Zero and the Business Alliance to Scale Climate Solutions.
Prior to joining BSR, Melissa worked for an environmental compliance consultancy. Her role focused on analyzing the environmental impacts of utility-scale renewable energy and infrastructure projects on sensitive environmental and social resources and ensuring project compliance with US national, state, and local regulations. She also worked with government agencies, private companies, Native American tribal governments, and the public to promote stakeholder engagement, and she has experience with environmental policy development and implementation.
Melissa holds a M.S. in Earth Systems (Interdisciplinary Environmental Science), specializing in environmental resources management, and a B.S. in Earth Systems, specializing in biological, ecological, and biogeochemical cycles, both from Stanford University.
Director, Transformation, BSR
Rosa works with companies across various sectors such as extractives, agriculture, and manufacturing on sustainability management, including human rights and supply chain sustainability.
She has over 15 years of experience conducting on-site human rights impact assessments and social impact assessments in countries such as Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Myanmar, India, and Australia. She also supports companies in the development and implementation of human rights and sustainability strategies and management plans in alignment with international standards and good industry practices.
Prior to joining BSR, Rosa worked as a consultant for Cardno Emerging Markets, where she helped mining, oil, and gas companies develop social impact management plans, stakeholder engagement strategies, and health, safety, and environmental policies in countries such as Burkina Faso and Timor-Leste. She also has provided program coordination for an AusAID program in Indonesia with more than 200 national and international advisers.
Rosa holds a B.Eng. in Chemical Engineering from the Bandung Institute of Technology, and an M.S. in Finance from Drexel University.
Associate Director, BSR
With more than 14 years of experience in the field of sustainability, Roberta supports companies in translating social and human rights expectations into management practices. In particular, she focuses on supporting companies in the energy and utilities sectors in navigating regulatory trends as well as investor and other stakeholder expectations when it comes to human rights management. She is passionate about renewable energy and leads BSR's work in renewable energy and human rights.
She has experience with human rights due diligence and impact assessments, code of practice and policy development, sustainability strategy and integration, sustainability reporting, and materiality assessments.
Prior to joining BSR, Roberta spent six years with Enel, a multinational electric utilities company, as a CSR specialist. She managed projects across various countries, particularly in Latin America, focusing primarily on integrating sustainability into business operations and developing the company's human rights approach.
Roberta holds a MA in Economics and CSR and a BA in Economics and Social Sciences from the University of Trento in Italy. An Italian native speaker, Roberta also speaks English, Spanish, and French fluently.