London Stock Exchange becomes first bourse to issue SSE-based climate guidance

Climate Transition Offering

James Baxter-Derrington
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Climate Governance Scores have also been introduced

Climate Governance Scores have also been introduced

London Stock Exchange has launched a Climate Transition Offering, providing London-listed companies with guidance on integrating climate risks and opportunities.

The move makes the exchange the first to publish climate reporting guidance based on the United Nations Sustainable Stock Exchanges Model Guidance on Climate Disclosure, which is in line with the Taskforce for Climate-Related Financial Disclosures recommendations. Top ten takeaways from Greening Finance: A roadmap to sustainable investing LSE's climate reporting guidance is tailored to the UK regulatory and policy environment and will support companies to integrate climate risks and opportunities into operational decision making and help in reporting carbon performance. Climate Gov...

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