Despite investors calling for disclosure of all emissions, there are concerns the board is reaching beyond its remit.
New globally accepted standards aim to improve investor confidence and “reduce the risk of material misstatements”.
Disclosure rules to reflect connection between climate and nature, as finance sector commits to mobilise capital at COP15.
Increasing interest in sustainability-linked derivatives prompts ISDA to consider standardising terms of instruments to support green transition.
Following MEP backing for CSRD, disclosure requirements for the largest companies will go live from 2024.
FCA takes key step toward Sustainability Disclosure Requirements with anti-greenwashing consultation.
The first accounting and reporting standard for GHG emissions within the insurance sector is expected by the end of the year.
As a new standard and aggregator, TNFD will accelerate pace of change in nature-related risk analysis, says Co-chair.
TCFD marks five years of progress, but warns too few are delivering decision-useful climate-related financial information.
Audit firms must do “a better job” or risk penalties, warns Carbon Tracker.
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