What climate risk management and disclosure trends will organizations face in 2024? Manifest Climate and MSCI together explore these trends and how organizations can prepare.
A conversation led by Laura Zizzo, Co-founder & CEO at Manifest Climate featuring experts from MSCI – Beth Byington, Global Head of Corporate ESG and Climate Solutions, and Mathew Lee, ESG and Climate Researcher – and Pete Richardson, Head of Research at Manifest Climate. We delve into leading-edge research on sustainability and climate trends, offering analyses and insights to help navigate these challenges and capitalize on opportunities ahead.
Key trends we discuss:
Regulatory Compliance & Climate Disclosure
With the introduction of the ISSB, organizations will face a changing regulatory landscape regarding climate disclosures this year. Understanding the impacts and navigating the evolving regulatory environment will be crucial.
Building Credibility with Stakeholders
There will be an emphasis on telling a credible climate story through disclosure. Structuring climate-related data and measuring progress will be essential. Organizations will need to stay ahead of evolving disclosure requirements and understand the maturity of climate disclosure across different sectors.
Leveraging AI & Technology
Technology, particularly AI, will revolutionize the way climate teams operate. Tasks that were once manual can now be automated, enabling teams to work smarter and more efficiently.
Climate Opportunities vs. Risk
Organizations will need to consider both risks and opportunities related to climate change for their survival and growth. Investors are increasingly interested in understanding not only decarbonization efforts but also adaptation strategies.