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GHG emissions reporting has dominated the sustainability disclosure landscape in recent years. However, that’s starting to change. As regulators and investors recognize the holistic nature of the climate crisis and its impacts on business strategy, they’re honing in on additional interrelated ESG issues. Yet despite increasing pressure, critical areas of sustainability reporting remain largely overlooked.
Sponsored: As ESG reporting requirements evolve globally, here's what US companies need to know about the EU's Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive.
Sponsored: ESG data disclosure requirements and stakeholder pressure are mounting. Here’s how independently assured data can help companies strengthen reporting.
Sponsored: In a future-proofed energy strategy, resilience goes beyond operational continuity to include economic and regulatory resilience.
by Joel Obillo
The regulatory landscape is quickly shifting, from the recent passage of California’s SB 253 and 261 to updates to SBTi FLAG emissions reporting. These new regulations will soon have implications for large companies doing business in the state.
Sponsored: Selecting the right tech can be powerful in building an effective ESG strategy that tackles data collection, transformation, measurement and reporting.
Sponsored: Built on the principle of “Do no significant harm,” the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) promotes responsible investing.
by Kris Dubey
Sponsored: The SEC regulation proposal includes mandatory Scope 3 reporting for enterprises. Find out what you can do to prepare and why you should not wait it out!
by Neil D'Souza
Sponsored: Although calculating Scope 3 emissions is incredibly challenging and complex, customer pressure and potentially new regulations are making doing so increasingly necessary.
Sponsored: Consistent, comparable climate-related disclosure is necessary to ensure accountability for the urgent climate action needed in this critical decade.
Sponsored: Net-zero commitments are gaining momentum, and investors are increasingly scrutinizing the ESG performance of their investments. Strengthen your GHG emissions reporting and disclosure with these key strategies.
by David Solsky
Sponsored: If the pace of innovation and level of commitment to building a sustainable future are any indication of future trends, the 2020s will be the decade of circularity.
Sponsored: Balancing parent company messaging with local CSR needs can be challenging. Here are some tips our energy company would like to share about sustainability reporting.
Date/Time: December 14, 2023 (12-1PM ET / 9-10AM PT) Global regulatory requirements such as CSRD, California’s SB-253 & SB-261, and pending SEC
With upcoming government regulations, such as CSRD and climate-related disclosure bills in California, tracking and reporting on ESG data and metrics has gone from voluntary to mandatory. Rather than relying on outdated methods, such as spreadsheets and manual responses, companies can use generative AI to find, collect, and report on your ESG data more efficiently and accurately, all while adhering to the latest reporting standards.
by Julia Weimer
The highly anticipated climate disclosure requirements proposed by the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) pose complex challenges for both public
Are you ready to transform your business into a sustainable powerhouse? The CSRD is more than just a reporting obligation — it intends to transform the
S&P Global Sustainable1's goal is to empower users to navigate sustainability objectives with deep, robust and context-relevant data insights. During this session, thought leaders from across the sustainable finance ecosystem will dive into how S&P Global’s Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA) measures a company’s performance on and management of ESG risks, opportunities, and impacts, and more.
What do financial institutions need for portfolio emissions measurement and reporting? Financial institutions (FIs) must measure portfolio emissions
As environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting continues to gain prominence worldwide, U.S. companies must prepare for both the European Union's Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) and the proposed U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) climate-related disclosure rule.
The global business community is witnessing a regulatory shift that has massive implications for operations and compliance. Driven by climate change and the
The European Union is taking ambitious and expansive action toward a sustainable future. But what happens in the EU doesn’t always stay in the EU.
Today, sustainability plays an increasingly vital role in corporate strategy and operations, with expectations on sustainability leaders growing as climate
ESG expectations are on the rise. And companies are responding. Environmental, social and governance (ESG) concerns continue to ratchet up as
Organizations worldwide are facing increasing pressure to capture, analyze, and report their carbon data in a quantified, metrics-driven way. As regulatory requirements are tightening, there is a need for technology that supports these processes, especially as it relates to environmental issues such as greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption.