Task Force

  • Webinar: A Practical Guide to Climate Disclosures

    Hosted by C2ES, this webinar focuses on frameworks developed by the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) and the Climate Disclosure Standards Board (CDSB) to facilitate the implementation of TCFD recommendations.

  • Webinar: Scenario analysis case studies

    Following a webinar discussing the first steps of getting started with scenario analysis, this session takes a deeper dive by discussing 2 cases studies of how companies have undertaken their scenario analyses. The case studies are presented by South Pole.

  • Webinar: TCFD scenario analysis – First steps

    This webinar provides practical information and first steps for companies who have publicly committed to implement the TCFD recommendations. We will attempt to assist companies starting to understand how scenario analysis applies to their business, provide some guidance on scenario analysis within the context of the overall disclosure recommendations as well as signposts to useful support resources.

  • Webinar: The significance of climate related risks and new recommendations for financial disclosure

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand has partnered with the Climate Disclosure Standards Board to bring you this webinar to explore the latest developments in climate-related financial disclosure. The webinar provides an overview of why including climate change related-risks in financial disclosures is becoming more mainstream, and what this might mean for the accounting profession.

  • Webinar: How to prepare for the TCFD recommendations

    Following the release of the final report of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures recommendations, companies may wish to explore how they might implement them effectively. We heard from a series of experts who provided a deeper view on the issues companies need to take into account to report climate-related financial information for the first time, starting from a checklist of practical steps companies can take now and looking at some of the accounting challenges that will arise.

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