As mandatory climate risk disclosure reporting comes into force in the UK, smart businesses are cutting through the complexity with on-demand, shareable Climate Intelligence.
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For the first time, more than 1,300 of the UK’s largest companies and financial institutions will have to comply with mandatory climate-related disclosure requirements –including those recommended by the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD). Aiming to increase the quantity and quality of climate-related reporting by businesses, the new regulations “will help investors and businesses to better understand the financial impacts of their exposure to climate change, and price climate-related risks more accurately, while supporting the greening of the UK economy,” says the UK Government.
These leading organizations are the first of many, with more businesses in the UK and across the globe soon to be included in mandatory climate disclosure requirements as further regulations come into force. In the US, the SEC has just proposed extensive new disclosure rules that would apply to all registered companies.
As many businesses are now discovering, climate risk reporting requires both rigorous data, and the internal skills and capacity to interpret it. With the right products and insights, complying with complex and evolving regulations and frameworks can be straightforward.
Climate Intelligence quantifies, standardizes and provides report-ready insights on physical climate risk to any built asset or portfolio – as well as providing the dynamic analysis organizations need to put climate at the core of decision-making. Fusing cutting-edge earth science, data modeling and machine learning, EarthScan™ enables access to on-demand Climate Intelligence and personalized, report-ready data for disclosure compliance.
Today, a free guide has been published to support organizations to navigate new and imminent disclosure requirements. From Climate Intelligence leaders Cervest, the guide covers:
– How other decision makers across the UK and US are tackling climate-related financial disclosure
– Practical ways to incorporate Climate Intelligence into your climate risk reporting
– Essential report-useful insights aligned with regulatory requirements, including TCFD guidelines
– How reporting can inform strategic, organizational decision-making on climate.
The guide is available now as a free download here.
Cervest is the Climate Intelligence (CI) company putting climate at the core of every decision. The company provides personalized, dynamic and science-backed Climate Intelligence on any asset, anywhere, anytime — giving enterprise and government decision-makers the most comprehensive view possible of climate risk at an asset level.
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