With sessions focusing on everything from regulation updates across the globe (including the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia-Pacific) and PBT chemicals under TSCA Section 6(h) to the circular economy, PFAS, the Chemical Strategy for Sustainability — and of course IMDS — this year’s event is one you won’t want to miss.Read More
Register Now for October 26th Webinar on Climate
We’ve added a new webinar to the lineup — a climate-focused webinar on October 26th detailing RE100, EP100, and SteelZero Initiatives.
The notion that investors should use environmental, social, and governance (ESG) considerations to inform their decision-making is having a moment. This is undoubtedly a good thing for those who believe that just and sustainable business has an essential role to play in the creation of a more equitable future. However, there is a risk of fundamental concepts getting lost in the process. One of these concepts is the responsibility of business and institutional investors to respect human rights.
Research sets out benefits of robust sustainability reporting alongside financial disclosure.
A white paper commissioned by GRI investigates the application of materiality in sustainability reporting. The paper highlights why disclosing impacts that go beyond those that are financially material benefits organizations while supporting sustainable development.Read More
Register by October 12th to get the best pricing for one of AIAG’s most popular annual conferences: $99 for members; $129 for non-members.
Effective January 1, 2023, a manufacturer of a product for sale in Maine containing intentionally added PFAS must submit a report that includes a brief description of the product; the proposed use of PFAS in a product, including components; and other information.
We are experiencing a profound shift in stakeholder expectations and business growth strategy: sustainability is more important than ever before. Younger, high-growth companies — those that either are privately held or recently went public — face unique challenges and opportunities as they expand business while also considering environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors, be it climate change, privacy, diversity, or a range of other material issues.
Register soon and join us at this year’s virtual 2021 IMDS & Product Chemical Compliance Conference on October 19–20, 2021: Transitioning From Compliance and Reporting to Sustainability.
Building on our last 20 years’ endeavors to lead North American automotive communities to develop and improve chemical and material data collection, regulatory compliance, and reporting, now it is time for us to move forward to face the new challenges of fulfilling more stringent regulatory requirements, integrating electronics materials reporting, and addressing the greener initiatives of sustainable future in the circular economy era.
Don't miss out! AIAG’s next Future Automotive Expert (FAE) event is scheduled for August 26th. Featuring General Motors’ global logistics executive director Edgard Pezzo and director Tom Ramos, this midday webinar will explore Finished Vehicle Delivery Tracking for Dealer & Customer Visibility.
Join AIAG and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Eli Levine and Thomas Wenning for our next complimentary webinar on September 14, 2021: DOE Programs: Better Buildings, Better Plants and 50001 Ready.
Along with explaining how DOE’s Better Plants and 50001 Ready programs help U.S. manufacturers develop mature energy management programs and identify energy efficiency and cost saving opportunities, Levine and Wenning will detail the no-cost tools, resources, and initiatives DOE offers to support U.S. manufacturing competitiveness and decarbonization efforts.