The State Of Play In Regulated Climate Disclosures

  • Webinar
  • Net Zero & Climate Risk

The State Of Play In Regulated Climate Disclosures

Pace, patchwork, and particularities encapsulate the challenges firms face with climate-related regulations in late 2023. The EU has pursued ambitious and prescriptive regulations through its finalized CSRD in 2022. Meanwhile, the SEC initially announced and then delayed its own climate disclosure rules on two occasions. Additionally, individual US states, such as California, have forged ahead with their own regulations. The result of these diverse yet intricate regulations is a frenzied effort by firms to assemble the necessary internal resources and seek external support, including software and services, to ensure compliance.

Join our webinar where Verdantix thought leaders will provide insights into the current state of play in the regulated climate disclosure landscape. You'll come away with insights on how firms are expected and should respond to these regulations and the ensuing impact on market dynamics.


Key takeaways:

  • Understand the impact of regulations on your firm and your markets.
  • Identify the climate disclosures most likely to affect your organization.
  • Learn how to prepare effectively for these disclosure requirements.

On this webinar

Jessica Pransky

Principal Analyst

Jessica is a Principal Analyst in the Verdantix ESG and Sustainability practice, which she joined in 2022. Prior to joining Verdantix, Jessica worked in consulting, focusing on ESG risk and opportunity identification, as well as EHS due diligence. Her current agenda covers ESG solutions for investors, ESG software, and risk in ESG and sustainability.

Ryan Skinner

Research Director, Net Zero & Climate Risk

Ryan leads the Verdantix Net Zero & Climate Risk research practice. The team’s current research focus encompasses net zero drivers and strategies, and climate risk, emissions reduction, and carbon management technologies. Ryan has 10 years of experience in the research business, previously working at Forrester, where he led research on ESG. Ryan speaks English natively, Norwegian, and French conversationally. He holds a BA from Duke University.