Day – 1: 27th October 2021
Examining Our Willingness and Ability to Drive Transformative Change, 1145 to 1315hrs
(i) What is our understanding of ‘Transformative Change’ as embedded in the 2030 Agenda?
(ii) What pathways and approaches would help achieve measurable positive impacts?
(iii) How can we move forward rapidly and efficiently not just in doing no harm but effectively in achieve positive impacts?
(iv) Are we investing in future-proofing? What are some of the emerging signs?
Enabling Business Contribution towards a Resilient Society, 1400 to 1530 hrs
(i) Why and how will business balance the trade-offs between competitiveness, growth and social/environmental impacts in the recovery phase?
(ii) How can we better integrate the needs and aspirations of SMEs in the recovery process?
(iii) What will help businesses improve their ability to identify and address vulnerabilities in their value chain and in the wider society?
(iv) What enabling factors will support ‘business unusual’ achieve measurable positive impacts on lives, livelihoods and nature?
Day 2 & 3:
Lead Partner: FNF
Lead Partner: RSPO
Co-Host: WWF – India
Co-Host: International Resource Panel
Self-assessment of Precarious & Vulnerable Workers in A&T Supply Chain
Food Loss and Waste
Collaboratives approaches for setting Industry Expectations in Sustainability and Food Safety
Climate Change CSOs and Resilience
Business, Nature & Biodiversity
Multistakeholder Dialogue on Sustainable Sugar Supply Chain
Water and Industrial Wastewater Management
Sustainable & Circular IT and Electronics
Child free Apparel & Textile Supply Chain
Gender Issues in the Tea Supply Chain
Towards Family Friendly Workplace in A&T sector
*as of 1st September 2021