During the breakout sessions at the annual meeting in November 2019, additional recommendations for action were proposed by members. These recommendations have been added to the list of (now) 464 opportunities for action since 2012, enabling the ranking by priority via the materiality versus do-ability scoring. In July 2020, members were asked to score the materiality and do-ability of the 29 directions for action defined by the Roundtable. This ranking has informed Energy Resources Division's priorities for action.
A report has been prepared for the 2021 Roundtable meeting on progress made to deliver outcomes for each of the 29 Directions.