Climate risk and disclosure
GRI Standards / TFCD
We apply sustainability reporting standards to reduce a client’s climate risks, and for monitoring, evaluating and reporting on climate-related disclosure responsibility to improve corporate performance and To prepare A sustainability report FOR public or private USE
Climate risk and disclosure services from a Certified Training Partner, GRI
Our services combine the governance and management approach of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards for Sustainability Reporting with the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (‘TCFD’) for risk advisory, organisational change & training. We advise you on science-based targets; financial and non-financial targets; metrics and KPIs; disclosure trends in sustainability and annual reports; and a management approach to address strategy, adaptation, and scenario analysis.
How to conduct a climate change risk assessment
We work with you using the CoastAdapt Framework which provides a three-level risk assessment process (of increasing depth and resource requirements) with guidelines and tools
Climate change risk assessment helps organisations identify their material climate change related risks, or test existing strategies, and to identify areas where new strategies are needed
Our services involve:
- A first-pass risk screening desk-top study using readily available datasets to provide corporate guidance on whether a more detailed assessment is required.
- A second-pass risk assessment using national data, local information and expert knowledge to to identify how climate change may compound existing risks or create new ones, and to provide corporate advice on whether a more detailed third-level assessment is required.
- A third-pass (detailed) risk assessment process to further investigate short-listed risks and provides support to prioritise strategies and action.
Climate change anxiety: Exploration of issues
online course/ Webinars
Our online course explores the issues of climate change anxiety from political, philosophical, geographic, economic, Sociological, health & public policy perspectives.
Growing anxiety and despair about global heating, climate change, and the potential impacts on the environment, economy and society affect not only younger people, but also many older environmental management & sustainability practitioners as well as concerned citizens.
Our online and webinar services for this course are to canvas and explain the issues involved with climate change anxiety from different perspectives, and the various proposals on how to address them, primarily in workplaces. Our approach is to gather insights from interactive webinars to make a contribution to policy development which addresses community wellbeing on climate-related concerns.