Monitoring Regulators’ Global Drive to Mandate Physical Climate Risk Disclosure
Developed economies across the planet are increasingly requiring leading companies to understand, disclose, and manage risks from climate change.
Corporations are increasingly subject to ever more stringent requirements across ever more jurisdictions—including the United States, Canada, and other countries of the Americas; the United Kingdom, the EU, and individual continental European countries; and Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, and New Zealand within the Asia-Pacific region.
Read Jupiter thought leaders’ assessments of global developments, and how Jupiter solutions address evolving requirements of major initiatives such as the SEC’s proposed climate risk disclosure regulations, TCFD’s reporting framework, and the EU Taxonomy.
Several of our customers have published TCFD disclosures that are explicitly powered by Jupiter metrics. Jupiter already helps companies such as AstraZeneca, Entergy, Hawaiian Electric, JLL, and over 30 members of the Global 2000 understand, disclose, manage, and reduce acute and chronic risks.
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