New report: a call for improved climate-related disclosures
Companies are facing increasing pressure to disclose climate-related financial risks and opportunities, including the use of carbon credits in their sustainability strategies. Current disclosure regimes lack transparency around the origin and identity of credits, resulting in incomplete or absent disclosure. Proposed updates and impending regulations will require more comprehensive disclosures about credit usage.
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What are climate-related disclosures?
Disclosures refer to information that companies publicly provide about their operations, financial performance, and risks. The purpose is to provide transparency to investors and other stakeholders, so they can make informed decisions about the company. Examples of disclosures include annual reports, financial statements, and disclosures to regulators.
Companies are increasingly publishing climate-related disclosures. This information can include data on a company's greenhouse gas emissions, its exposure to physical and transition risks from climate change, and its strategies for managing these risks and opportunities in the context of a net-zero transition.
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This product reveals both inconsistencies and highlights best practices is climate disclosures. Greater transparency and scrutiny, facilitated by more comprehensive disclosure regulations, can help combat the climate crisis.
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Dig into impending regulations and climate disclosures
Learn how to address imminent regulation changes and improve how you disclose your climate strategies with our latest report. It outlines impending regulations that will require the disclosure of carbon credits and data that reveals both the inconsistency of carbon credit disclosures and integrity of carbon credit portfolios, as well as examples of best practice.
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