Working with Imperial College London, the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Forest Research, and Aberdeen University to investigate the mitigation potential from biofuels and bioenergy, avoided deforestation, and afforestation/reforestation. Ecometrica assessed the economic, social and environmental impacts of avoided deforestation, and compiled a number of case studies to identify real-world constraints to achieving the technically available mitigation potential. This was a two year research project funded by the UK’s Natural Environment Research Council (NERC).
Quantifying the Climate Change Mitigation Potential of Terrestrial Ecosystem Management, NERC
The Federal Supplier Climate Risks and Resilience Rule is a requirement for major Federal contractors to set science-based targets and publicly disclose their greenhouse gas emissions and climate-related financial risks.
In this blog post, we have broken down the requirements to help get Canadian companies and financial institutions up to speed on their mandatory climate reporting
In the US, climate disclosure has been voluntary (for the majority of the market) for years. It looks like things are about to change with the U.S. SEC proposing a rule towards making climate risk disclosures mandatory.