In addition, we can guide you through the entire climate-related reporting process. We do this through the following steps:
- Review your sustainability reporting in the light of current and future needs and objectives.
- Conduct a 'data fitness check' to define a clear set of requirements regarding reporting scope and data quality/completeness.
- Build a bespoke model to align and integrate the data sets on carbon emissions, economic activity and climate scenarios.
- Translate the complexity of climate risks and opportunities into a credible compelling and accessible narrative for your stakeholders.
This process can be supplemented by workshops, in-depth analysis and support in developing disclosure-ready sustainability reports.
Further information on TCFD
Meeting investor expectations on Climate-related Financial Disclosures - Webinar
In this webinar we explore the topic of how to best understand climate change risk and opportunity, looking at how to maximise the business opportunity from compliance with the TCFD recommendations. Alongside Carbon Trust experts, we will be joined by Jaime Gornsztejn from Hermes EOS, an institution that provides stewardship advice on assets worth more than £336 billion for some of the world’s leading pension funds, who will give a perspective on investor expectations for reporting and how information will be used.
Click here to view the webinar (requires login/free registration)
For more information on background to the TCFD recommendations, a recording is available of a webinar hosted by the Institute for Chartered Accountants in England & Wales with Russel Picot, Special Advisor to the Task Force and the former Group Chief Accounting Officer at HSBC.
This can be accessed here: icaew.com/tcfdwebinar
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