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In this second session for the "Greener Together: China-Nordic Dialogue on Carbon Neutrality" webinar series, our speakers will introduce what ESG reporting entails.

It will look at what impacts the EU regulations on reporting will have on your China operations and it will outline the steps that need to be taken to prepare for these changes as well as the impact on Chinese/Nordic companies.

Reporting on non-financial items, known as ESG reporting (Environment, Social and Governance) is becoming increasingly important both in the Nordics and in China. Even though it is still only mandatory for large companies in Europe to make comprehensive ESG reports, regulations such as the EU Supply Chain Act increases the need also for smaller companies to understand the concept of ESG reporting. If approached right, ESG reporting can be a powerful tool for companies to manage risks and get market benefits.


  • What is ESG reporting? An introduction
  • Who have to report on ESG now and in the near future?
  • How to approach ESG reporting for different types of companies
  • Benefits of reporting on ESG in the Chinese environment

The webinar is a discussion between Helen Fu and Heidi Berg.

About Heidi Berg:

Head of Partnership Development at Nordic Innovation and Sustainability Shanghai (NISS), is a Norwegian with background from ESG and sustainability projects from companies such as Norfund and Telenor before moving to China. She is a GRI Certified Sustainability Professional, and holds a Master of International Management from NHH. Heidi is the Shanghai Vice Chair of the Norwegian Business Association.

About Helen Fu:

ESG & sustainability expert, ex-Fortune 500 regional sustainability leader, Founder & Managing Director, Yangtze Institute of Green Finance

17 + years of sustainability working experience in Fortune 500 MNCs ESG rating & reporting, ESG & carbon management, responsible sourcing, green/sustainable supply chain, traceability, social and environmental compliance, sustainable packaging, animal welfare, sustainable raw material, scope 3 supply chain management, EHS, philanthropy, etc. Current focus areas are ESG, carbon neutrality, transition of traditional sustainability management, digital solution for ESG/ carbon/ supply chain management. Helen is a SMU- SJTU DBA student, BI- FUDAN MBA, SIMP Program ASIA fellow, and has written "ESG Theory & Practice" (2021).

This webinar is part of the "Greener Together: China-Nordic Dialogue on Carbon Neutrality" webinar series. The goal of this webinar series is to share the ongoing initiatives and policy changes in China that address reducing carbon emissions, creating circular economies and the production of green energy.

Webinar Link will be sent out to the participants 1 day prior to the event


Please click below for a video introduction of the webinar


  • Heidi Berg (Head of partnership development at NISS Campus)

    Heidi Berg

    Head of partnership development at NISS Campus

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  • HELEN FU (Yangtze Institute of Green Finance at Founder & Managing Director)


    Yangtze Institute of Green Finance at Founder & Managing Director

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