Submitted by Ethical Corporation
Investors are increasingly using shareholder resolutions to request greater disclosure on climate-related risks. The TCFDs have created a framework for more effective climate-related reporting, however many companies are still struggling to accurately report current and future impacts.
Leading companies are pioneering ways to use the guidelines to improve the quality of their climate-related financial disclosures. On Thursday 11th July (10am BST) Ethical Corporation will host a one-hour webinar discussion, where four senior leaders will share their strategies, insights and ideas on how to improve climate-related disclosures. Those leading the discussions are:
Janice Lao, Director Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability, The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels
Tjeerd Krumpelman, Head of Reporting and Stakeholder Engagement, ABN AMRO
Christopher Sveen, Chief Sustainability Officer, UBQ Materials
Daniel Turner, Head of Corporate Engagement and Reporter Services, CDP
Moderator: Liam Dowd, Managing Director, Ethical Corporation
Join the free one-hour webinar debate, click here
Key topics of discussion:
Implementing the TCFD recommendations into the business
Monetising climate impacts and showcasing a transition to the low-carbon economy
Conducting a scenario analysis of current and future climate risks
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