2022 work plan for sustainable finance focuses on assurance, carbon markets and reporting standards.
Multiple versions will be open to feedback over 18-month period ahead of finalisation in 2023.
Ásthildur Hjaltadóttir, Chief Regional Officer, GRI, makes the case for a two-pillar reporting structure.
Regulatory guidance required to steer growing private sector alignment with sustainability objectives.
While pushing for public policy action in support of COP26 commitments, private sector actors must accelerate their low carbon transition, say experts.
Andrew Probert, EMEA Head of ESG Advisory at Kroll, considers the headwinds that may hamper progress in setting global sustainability standards.
Ashley Alder, Chair of IOSCO and CEO of the HK SFC, calls for greater consistency and transparency for ESG ratings and data.
Investor alliance also recommends stronger strategic alignment, sector-specific detail for climate disclosures.
Interoperability between reporting standards and across jurisdictions is key to establishing a global baseline, says Chair.
Incoming GRI CEO Eelco van der Enden says investors can rely on two reporting pillars to understand the complex relationships between companies, society...
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