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Transition Plan Requirements- Mapping the net-zero transition

A year on from its announcement at COP26, and with the eyes of the world on Egypt’s COP27,  the UK Transition Plan Taskforce (TPT) published its Disclosure Framework and related Implementation Guidance yesterday (8 October 2022). The UK Government has stated that it intends to require listed companies, asset managers and regulated asset owners to…

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World Energy Outlook 2022 – three scenarios for the energy transition

The International Energy Agency (IEA) advises fossil fuel producing nations on energy policy and  produces annual analysis and predictions on energy consumption, production and policy which are regarded as influential by governments and companies. On 27 October, the IEA published its World Energy Outlook 2022 (WEO 2022), its most authoritative source of analysis and projections. …

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Trade offs in corporate governance and balancing directors duties on the climate–biodiversity–society nexus

Jenni Ramos, Alex Cooper and Zaneta Sedilekova explore how the interconnection between climate, biodiversity and just transition impacts on the performance of director’s duties. Last month the World Biodiversity Summit (part of New York Climate Week) convened to explore joint solutions to the biodiversity and climate crises. With COP27 in November (featuring a day on…

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The CCLI examines the legal basis for directors and trustees to consider, manage, and report on climate change and broader environmental risks, opportunities and impacts, and the circumstances in which there may be liability for failing to do so. We also work to advance knowledge on effective sustainable governance practice.
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The CCLI examines the legal basis for directors and trustees to consider, manage, and report on climate change and broader environmental risks, opportunities and impacts, and the circumstances in which there may be liability for failing to do so. We also work to advance knowledge on effective sustainable governance practice.

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