Natural Capital Summit 2021: Preparing for nature-related reporting requirements

September 22
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Natural Capital Summit 2021: Preparing for nature-related reporting requirements

September 22

£495

Just as organisations are getting to grips with implementing TCFD climate change reporting, they now need to factor into plans how to incorporate nature-based financial disclosures into reporting processes, following the launch of the Taskforce on Nature-Related Financial Disclosure (TNFD) last month.

Event details:

City & Financial Global’s Natural Capital Summit 2021 will provide companies and financial institutions with a comprehensive guide to all the key issues involved in nature-based financial disclosure and reporting.

The TNFD aims to build on the success of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), which has become instrumental in mainstreaming the issue of climate-related financial risks. The TNFD’s framework will complement the TCFD by giving companies and financial institutions, as well as their investors and stakeholders, a broader picture of their environmental risks.

Topics that will be covered by our expert panel include:

  • Protecting natural capital across the business spectrum
  • Identifying nature-related risk
  • Implications of the TNFD framework for financial institutions and corporates
  • Data: origins, transparency, accountability
  • Metrics and targets: modelling nature-related risks and opportunities
  • Adjusting the DNA of your business to TNFD
  • Managing reporting for asset owners and managers
  • Standard setting: integrating TNFD and TCFD
  • What to expect from COP15?

Speakers:

Elizabeth Maruma Mrema, Executive Secretary, UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and Co-Chair, Taskforce on Nature-Related Financial Disclosure (TNFD)

Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta, Frank Ramsey Emeritus Professor of Economics, University of Cambridge

Ravi Abeywardana, Technical Director, Climate Disclosure Standards Board (CDSB)

Magali Anderson, Chief Sustainability & Innovation Officer, Holcim

Clara Barby, Project Lead, IFRS Foundation

Siobhan Cleary, Senior Specialist, UN Sustainable Stock Exchanges Initiative

Mark Gough, CEO, Capitals Coalition

Claudia Kruse, MD, Global Responsible Investment & Governance, APG Asset Management

Aarti Ramachandran, Director of Research and Engagement, FAIRR

Leslie Swynghedauw, Vice President, ESG Research, MSCI

Matthew Townsend, Partner and Global Co-Head of Environmental, Climate and Regulatory Law, Allen & Overy LLP

 

CDSB is supporting this event. Get 20% off by using the discount code – NC20CDSB