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Weekly Round-Up: November 28 – December 2

Weekly Round-Up: November 28 – December 2

The top five climate risk stories this week. Stress test reveals Australian banks’ climate risk exposure Climate change may render Australian banks less resilient to economic shocks, a stress test conducted by the country’s financial regulator suggests. The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) published the findings of its inaugural Climate Vulnerability Assessment (CVA) on Wednesday. […]

Weekly Round-Up: November 21 – 25

Weekly Round-Up: November 21 – 25

The top five climate risk stories this week. Canada banks failing on net-zero goals None of the six largest Canadian banks are on track to achieve their net-zero goals, according to a report out of advocacy group Investors for Paris Compliance (IPC). BMO, CIBC, National Bank, RBC, Scotiabank, and TD have all pledged to align […]

Climate Policy in 2022: What Happened and What it Means for Business

Climate Policy in 2022: What Happened and What it Means for Business

December 6, 2pm ET Following COP27, Manifest Climate, together with experts from BNP Paribas Asset Management and the UN PRI’s Inevitable Policy Response (IPR), take stock of this year’s most important climate policy decisions and what they mean for the business community.  From the US Inflation Reduction Act to the European Union’s Sustainable Taxonomy, financial […]

CDP Releases Annual Disclosure Updates for 2023

CDP Releases Annual Disclosure Updates for 2023

Today’s climate disclosure landscape is quickly evolving. Amid the emergence of regulatory climate disclosure requirements, and in order to remain relevant, well known voluntary disclosure standards are changing.  CDP, the sustainability disclosure non-profit, is one example. The organization updates its disclosure framework annually, adjusting its coverage of key climate issues, as well as the contents […]

Manifest Climate’s Disclosure Benchmark Review

Manifest Climate’s Disclosure Benchmark Review

Manifest Climate’s inaugural Disclosure Benchmark Review provides an in-depth look at the current state of private sector climate disclosures. It includes a first look at the findings of Manifest Climate’s proprietary assessment models, which measure the decision-usefulness of organizations’ disclosures and their alignment with established climate reporting standards and frameworks. Manifest Climate’s review of over […]

COP27 Week Two Round-Up

COP27 Week Two Round-Up

The second week of the United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference (COP27) saw frenzied discussions between developed and developing countries on an array of topics crucial to the success of the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement. Ultimately, negotiations spilled beyond the summit’s scheduled end, with a bundle of agreements forged in the early hours of Sunday. […]

Weekly Round-Up: November 14 – 18

Weekly Round-Up: November 14 – 18

The top five climate risk stories this week. Climate scenario exercises lowball risks, global regulators say Climate risks to the financial system are “likely understated” by scenario analyses, the Financial Stability Board (FSB) has said.  In a Tuesday report, the panel of global regulators disclosed the findings of 67 planned and completed climate scenario exercises, […]

Driving Canada’s Low-Carbon Transition Through Collective Engagement

Driving Canada’s Low-Carbon Transition Through Collective Engagement

A PRI in Person Side Event November 30th, 7:30am – 9:00am CETAC Hotel by Marriott Barcelona Forum Join Manifest Climate for a discussion with Climate Engagement Canada’s (CEC) Steering Committee, investor participants, and research partners on how climate disclosures are driving investor engagement and corporate climate action in Canada. Inspired by Climate Action 100+, Canada’s […]