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The final recommendations from the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) were released in September and we are likely to see increasing demands from investors and other stakeholders for businesses to report on nature-related issues. Is this yet another ESG burden for organisations, or could it be a crucial tool to help businesses to understand and mitigate risks and dependencies and capitalise on opportunities?
Developing a stronger understanding of the relationship and interactions a business has with nature should be used to support strategic decision-makers to take account of potential dependencies, impacts, risks and opportunities, which in turn can be used as the foundation for nature-positive actions and more sustainable businesses in the future.
For any organisation at the beginning of their nature journey, it is important to start small and build on what you are already doing, whether that be your existing biodiversity and nature understanding and activities or existing disclosure experience. This Sustainability Delivery Group Expert Talk will explore how to begin your journey and use the TNFD to create the business case for action.
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Laura is a Chartered Environmentalist and Principal Consultant within AECOM’s Carbon & ESG Practice. She understands the current and emerging ESG risks and opportunities facing organisations and works with clients to identify potential impacts and develop robust strategies and approaches to manage these. Laura has supported clients across a range of sector with sustainability reporting assignments related to for example, CDP, TCFD, and TNFD, using these as frameworks to drive meaningful business change.
Sally has over 30 years’ experience providing a wide range of environmental and sustainability services to industry and public bodies. She focuses on driving ESG programmes that add value to organisations through enhanced business continuity and efficiency, whilst reducing business risks and cost. She supports businesses develop strategies and solutions that help them understand, measure, manage and report their relevant and material ESG issues in line with major disclosure frameworks and standards, such as CDP, TCFD/ISSB, TNFD, GRI and SASB.
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