The Business Case
Review Ambition
Drive Board Action
Implement the Transition
Ensure Accountability
Accelerate Business Transformation
Embedding climate risk into decision-making
Credible net zero targets
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Report | 1 Aug 2023

Science Based Targets Initiative: Monitoring Report 2022

The SBTi's 2022 report, examining progress in science-based targets globally, finds continued growth in the number of companies and financial institutions setting science-based targets, despite an increasingly challenging global backdrop.

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Report | 27 Apr 2023

Climate Risk Leadership: Lessons from 4 Annual Surveys

While climate risk management at all financial institutions has significantly progressed in recent years, differences remain between leading firms and those that are less advanced. In this new report, GARP Risk Institute examines key trends from the previous four annual Global Climate Risk Surveys to offer a holistic view of the evolution of climate risk practices

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Report | 1 Apr 2023

SBTi corporate Net Zero Standard

Through a transparent multi-stakeholder process, the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) has developed the first global science-based standard for companies to set net-zero targets. The Net Zero Standard gives business leaders confidence that their targets are aligned with what is needed for a habitable planet, and it provides clarity on business climate action to a wide range of stakeholders.

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Report | 22 Mar 2023

Guidance on avoided emissions

The World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and its member companies, in collaboration with Carbone4 and its Net Zero Initiative released the “Guidance on Avoided Emissions: Helping business drive innovations and scale solutions toward Net Zero”.

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Report | 13 Mar 2023

Bank of England report on climate-related risks and the regulatory capital frameworks

This report sets out the Bank's latest thinking on climate-related risks and regulatory capital frameworks. The report includes updates on: capability and regime gaps; capitalisation timelines; and areas for future research and analysis.

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Report | 1 Jan 2023

Progress update 2022: Five years of Climate Action 100+

The Climate Action 100+ Net Zero Company Benchmark, first launched in 2021, has continued to evolve and improve. Read about the evolution of the benchmark and what has developed over the past five years.

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Report | 12 Dec 2022

Climate scenario analysis in financial firms

GARP’s Fourth Climate Risk Management Survey was undertaken in Q2 2022. The survey comprised 62 firms, which collectively had around USD43 trillion of assets on their balance sheets, managed assets of close to USD46 trillion, and accounted for about USD3.2 trillion in market capitalization. Just over 80% of these firms have undertaken climate scenario analysis. Read the report here.

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Report | 27 Oct 2022

United Nations Environment Programme: 2022 Emissions Gap Report

The UNEP Emissions Gap Report 2022 finds that the international community is falling far short of the Paris goals, with no credible pathway to 1.5°C in place.

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Report | 1 Oct 2022

Voluntary carbon markets and offsetting

This Climate Change Committee report looks at the evidence on the risks and opportunities presented by voluntary carbon markets and ‘offsetting’ to progress to Net Zero in the UK and beyond.

Report | 1 Sep 2021

Summary: Independent assessment of UK climate risk

The Climate Change Committee has published its third independent climate risk assessment for the UK. Here is a summary of the key points, with a focus on the headlines for business.

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Report | 1 Nov 2020

Organisations' preparedness for climate change: an internal audit perspective

The Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors and the Climate Group share the results of their climate change survey of Chief Audit Executives in the UK and Ireland.

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Report | 1 Nov 2005

Is your brand at risk from climate change?

This is some years old but still relevant today: the Carbon Trust commissioned Lippincott Mercer, a leading brand advisory firm, to undertake the world's first major study of brand value and climate change.