Biodiversity risk assessment and nature-related disclosures: Why are they essential for your business resilience and how to get started

Biodiversity loss and ecosystem collapse are among the top five risks, according to the World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report 2023. Damage to ecosystems can have far-reaching business consequences, causing supply chain disruptions and significant financial or reputational losses.
Thanks to new reporting standards, nature has now taken a seat in the boardroom. Regulatory disclosure requirements on sustainability have been joined by voluntary standards for nature-related financial disclosures.

In our webinar, you will:

  • Learn how addressing biodiversity and nature-related issues can help your company manage ESG risks holistically, meet investor demands and achieve compliance.
  • Gain an overview and understanding of the relevant policy regulations (CSRD/ESRS E4) and voluntary reporting frameworks (GRI, CDP, SBTN, TNFD).
  • Receive step-by-step guidance on how to assess and disclose biodiversity risks and nature-related impacts at product and corporate levels.
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