While many corporations have begun to voluntarily disclose greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and set net-zero targets over the coming decades, other companies are just beginning their ESG journey. Globally Investors and cross-sector stakeholders have sought after more consistent and comparable climate-related disclosures for years. This Summer, the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) alleviated that need with its issuance of two sustainability disclosure standards. In the U.S. the Securities and Exchange Commission is expected to release long-anticipated, climate disclosure requirements, this Fall. And regardless of what regulatory regime you specifically need to respond to, the regulation that is coming is going to shape market expectations.
As companies prepare to close out the year and plan ahead for 2024, they’ll need to accelerate their plans to capture, measure, and disclose emissions data. Join us to gain insight into the following:
- Overview of the proposed regulation and what it means for companies
- What key actions can companies consider when factoring the proposed regulation into business strategies?
- Common challenges companies face when quantifying Scope 1-3 emissions
- What types of data do companies need to capture