“(ESG tracking software) needs to be comprehensive. It needs to be accurate, you know, full proof. It needs to be integrated into other systems. It needs to be easy to use…. And I think, fifth, it’s got to be providing you a road map for where to go” Suzanne DiBianca on Electric Ladies Podcast
The need for solid systems to track “net zero” emissions and ESG initiatives – environment-social-governance – are more and more critical, especially now that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has announced their proposed climate risk disclosure rules. There are lots of software systems being adapted to do this tracking, including Salesforce, which is known for their sales-focused software. But what should we look for in a good software to track this stuff, some of which is intangible?
Listen to Suzanne DiBianca, EVP of Salesforce, explain it in this fascinating interview with Electric Ladies host Joan Michelson. (Electric Ladies was formerly known as Green Connections Radio.)
- What net zero really means, no matter what industry you’re in.
- What to look for in good emissions-climate-ESG tracking software.
- How Salesforce developed theirs to help them track their own carbon footprint.
- Plus, insightful career advice.
And much more!
“More venture money has gone into climate tech than ever in history in the U.S. in particular, but all over the world. And there’s great companies that are doing direct air capture, that are doing clean energy, that are doing renewables, that are….(doing) such amazing innovation….You can work for an amazing company like that as a marketing professional, as an HR professional, as a sales professional…(in all kinds of roles)… So, either, stay put where you are and look are places to make impact based on your skill set and what the company’s committed to, or, there’s all kinds of incredible entrepreneurs out there doing amazing things in the world. Find a passion area, whether it’s workforce development or education or climate (or whatever) and go do it.“ Suzanne DiBianca on Electric Ladies podcast
Read Joan’s Forbes articles here.
You’ll also want to listen to (some of these are under the name Green Connections Radio):
- Janet Gail Besser, Smart Electric Power Alliance, on their 5-point plan to get to net zero in any industry
- Kristen Sullivan, Deloitte Sustainability Practice lead, on the transformation and ESG
- Jennifer Gerbi, Ph.D., Deputy Director and Acting Director, ARPA-E, the innovation arm of the Department of Energy
- Michele Wucker, thought leaders and author of “You Are What You Risk: The New Art & Science to Navigating an Uncertain World.”
- Roberta Rincon, Society of Women Engineers, Director of Research, on the status and careers of women in various types of engineering roles.
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