Carbon Emissions and ESG
Carbon emissions are an important environmental indicator and a key factor in ESG information disclosure. At present, many jurisdictions have made regulations on Scope 1 2 3 carbon emissions, and require companies to shift from voluntary disclosure to mandatory disclosure.
Research on carbon emissions includes carbon emission mechanisms, carbon capture and storage technologies, etc. These studies involve multiple disciplines.
Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority and the Singapore Exchange Regulation plan to introduce mandatory climate disclosures
The European Central Bank releases a banking transition risk report
The international research institution CDP releases a position paper on carbon credits
The IFRS Foundation and the Global Reporting Initiative releases a greenhouse gas disclosure interoperability document
The EU plans to set 2040 climate target, aiming to establish a second medium-term goal based on EU Climate Law
The World Economic Forum (WEF) releases closing climate action gap report
Revenues from Emission Trading System The European Union announced that it will invest the revenue from the Emission Trading System (ETS) into 19 decarbonize projects
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) releases the 2023 Global Climate Report