Constantine Pretenteris, Urgentem / Johan Falk, Exponential Road Map Initiative / Peter Sandahl, Nordea
We need to halve emission by 2030 and achieve net zero emissions by 2050 on a global basis. The Race to Zero initiative brings together a critical mass with this mission.
To align, companies must accelerate cutting of GHG emissions and scaling green solutions at an exponential pace.
Useful climate data and trustworthy, high-quality corporate disclosure that is both consistent and relevant is necessary. For this data to be useful for investor metrics and climate analytics, a strong foundation of raw reported data and a high level of standardisation is indispensable.
This ambition will require finance to rapidly enable this shift.
We need simplicity;
We need clarity;
We need sharpness;
We need to work together.
This webinar explores the full spectrum of climate transition KPIs from corporate reporting to investment climate risk analytics while taking a closer look at the Exponential Roadmap Initiative 1.5 Degree Playbook.
We will be exploring questions such as:
-Which KPIs can provide the building blocks for accurately measuring and managing a company’s climate transition risk?
-Are current climate transition risk KPIs good enough?
-How can we use existing leading sustainability frameworks such as SASB SICS, TCFD, CDP, SBTi to help with managing and measuring climate transition risks and opportunities?
This webinar is essential viewing for experienced and novice investors and corporations integrating climate risk into their disclosure and strategic frameworks.
Get jargon-free, practical guidelines for action in addition to insights about data and analytics that enable greater transparency and science-aligned methodologies, as well as clear guidelines of what climate data corporates should report.
You will also develop an understanding of how transparent data and methodologies can help assess climate risk and access practical insights into how to engage with corporates to improve their sustainability reporting and disclosure.