22 January 2016
Paarsenn Sport & Mode, Hotel Seehof, 7260 Davos Dorf
COP21 took important steps towards changing the conversation about the identification, definition and disclosure of climate risks.
A new network of regulators will be responsible for managing financial stability and climate risk, while the UK Financial Stability
Board announced a new ‘climate risk disclosures taskforce’. Led by the Carbon Tracker Initiative and the Climate Disclosure Standards Board (CDSB) , this roundtable will discuss what these developments mean for CEOs from energy and other industries, as well as for policymakers and regulators in practice.
During this event Carbon Tracker and CDSB launched a new paper designed to assist the FSB Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures in assessing the energy transition risk and ‘stranded asset’ danger inherent in the business-as-usual strategies of many fossil fuel companies.
Nick Robins, Co-director of UNEP Inquiry
Mark Campanale, Founder & Director of Carbon Tracker
Jane Stevenson, Managing Director, CDSB
John Roome, Senior Director, Climate Change, World Bank Group
Carbon Tracker and the CDSB has been informed that Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England and Chairman of the Financial Stability Board, will be organizing a “closed” roundtable on climate risk disclosures as part of the World Economic Forum’s meetings. Participants from that session will be encourage to join this roundtable, offering a valuable opportunity for an exchange of thinking.
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