Get ready … Mandatory climate risk reporting is on the way

Get ready … Mandatory climate risk reporting is on the way
NZ is one of the leading countries making climate-related disclosures compulsory. (Image: DepositPhotos)
David Pacey
New Zealand has joined a small but growing number of countries, including Canada and the UK, requiring certain organisations to formally disclose climate-related risks. The government is making significant progress in making this reporting compulsory for many of our listed and financial organisations.  This is a welcome step in our fight against climate change.Designed to focus attention on the risks and opportunities arising from climate change, the disclosures are being developed to primarily meet the needs of investors, lenders and...

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