As the world struggles to find a new normal, governments and companies are under even greater pressure to demonstrate climate resilience, by prioritising climate-related risks and opportunities. The FCA is proposing a rule that would require all premium listed companies to comply with the recommendations of the 2017 Financial Stability Board’s Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) recommendations, or explain why not. The rule takes effect for accounting periods beginning on or after 1 January 2021.
Our webinar will cover three main topics related to climate change performance:
- Carbon footprinting: Systems that provide robust reporting of climate change performance to key stakeholders on an ongoing basis. This should include a materiality assessment of wider value chain GHG emissions.
- Targets and abatement: Setting credible reduction targets including science-based targets (generally using the Science-Based Targets Initiative’s (SBTi) guidelines, which map out a gross emissions reduction pathway for companies and sectors), and a net-zero target, which combines gross reductions with offsetting solutions.
- Climate resilience: Climate scenario analysis and TCFD response.
To help ensure your company remains competitive, Corporate Citizenship invites you to a webinar focused on sharing our practical experience of how to establish GHG emissions accounting practices, set credible strategy and targets, and respond to the TCFD recommendations. The risk of doing nothing is too great.
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