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Climate Transition Catalysts

Webinars

In this webinar we explore the full spectrum of climate transition KPIs from corporate reporting to investment climate risk analytics while taking a closer look at the Exponential Roadmap Initiative 1.5 Degree Playbook.

This webinar is essential viewing for experienced and novice investors and corporations integrating climate risk into their disclosure and strategic frameworks.

Get jargon-free, practical guidelines for action in addition to insights about data and analytics that enable greater transparency and science-aligned methodologies, as well as clear guidelines of what climate data corporates should report.

You will also develop an understanding of how transparent data and methodologies can help assess climate risk and access practical insights into how to engage with corporates to improve their sustainability reporting and disclosure.

Element6™ is a dynamic and modular climate risk analysis and management solution with an onboard array of data and analytical functions.

The platform is a stand-alone cloud-based platform which enables users across the financial industry spectrum to clearly understand portfolio emissions, climate risks, opportunities, meet regulatory and fiduciary reporting requirements and navigate the transition to a net-zero world.

Business Development Associate, Nick Gaskell, and Senior Engagement Manager, Ian Stannard provide an overview of the features, capabilities, and analytics of the platform. This live demo guides viewers through the seamless climate reporting, analytics and forward-looking functionality of Element6™ modules.

Climate change is the most objective and material risk facing companies across all sectors of the global economy. To meet the Paris Agreement we require decarbonisation across supply chains on a yearly basis. In this webinar, Nick Gaskell discusses how Engaged Tracking puts forward the necessary metrics to measure and assess climate risk.

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