Is your board thinking about nature-related risks and opportunities as you address climate change? Join us for an introduction to biodiversity loss as an interdependent, but distinct, issue to climate change, and examine new frameworks integrating nature-related financial reporting and what this may look like.
Expiry Date - Monday, 14 October 2024
Duration - 60
Australia is facing biodiversity and ecosystem degradation at an unprecedented rate. As the world races to achieve net zero emissions, how we view nature and interact with it is an important part of climate action. Join our nature capital advisory experts and director panel to learn how nature-related risks and opportunities will soon be on all boards’ radars and what reporting and disclosure may be considered. They will cover:
- What natural capital is and its interplay with biodiversity
- The link between biodiversity and climate change and why it’s important to know the risks and opportunities
- Natural capital’s link to climate change and why companies should know about it
- An introduction to the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) Global and local reporting requirements related to natural capital
Using first-hand insights our expert panel will translate the key concepts of natural capital and biodiversity into simple terms, so you understand why it matters.
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