Join Chapter Zero Canada for a crucial update on the new climate disclosure standards from the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB), specifically the release of final International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) S1 and S2.
The Canadian Sustainability Standards Board (CSSB) is considering proposed standards for the Canadian context, which will provide a comprehensive baseline for sustainability and climate-related disclosures. This framework will set out the critical information for an organization's climate-related risks and opportunities, and directors must understand how these new requirements will impact their board's fiduciary and oversight duties.
As these rules are phased in, it's essential that directors have the skills and competencies to oversee their climate risk exposures and opportunities properly and that their organizations have the necessary resources for implementing a robust climate-related disclosure framework.
Don't miss this opportunity to join an in-depth discussion on how having a robust oversight and reporting framework in place can help boards avoid potential future risks and liabilities.
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ISSB Board Member, Founder, and former CEO, Sustainalytics
CEO at ESG Global Advisors.