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The number challenge: Quantifying material climate risk in TCFD reporting

Dec 08, 2022
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S&P Global

S&P Global

This new report from S&P Global explores the shift from qualitative to quantitative analysis that many companies are grappling with today, with regards to TCFD's encouragement for companies to use forward-looking scenario analysis in identifying climate-related risks.

It covers:

  • data on how your peers may be hesitant about reporting quantitative data and why
  • practical suggestions to help companies make the move from a qualitative to a quantitative approach
  • case studies on different ways to model and communicate climate risk

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