Increasingly, financial regulators and investors are focused on ensuring the private sector is ready for the risks and opportunities of climate change.
Companies undertaking a climate risk assessment as part of their transition plan must identify and assess the materiality of climate-related risks and opportunities, including physical and transition risks, as well as the company's resilience to such risks.
The European Union’s Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), ISSB, and the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), the world’s leading climate reporting framework, are all intended to improve companies’ disclosure of climate- and sustainability-related risks and opportunities.
But what exactly are climate-related risks and opportunities? What are best-practices for disclosing them? And how can they support your climate transition plan?
- Practical outline and alignment of climate risk compliance frameworks, including TCFD and CSRD
- Best practice for climate risk and opportunity assessment
- Identifying risks and opportunities in order to build resilience and harness upcoming revenue streams
- Actionable steps you can take and how the Carbon Trust can support you.