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COP26: Toughening up on carbon disclosure

COP26: Toughening up on carbon disclosure

11-11-2021 | Video
It’s essential to know just how much carbon is being emitted each year by countries and companies, but the current system of disclosure is random and voluntary.
  • Lucian Peppelenbos
    Lucian
    Peppelenbos
    Climate Strategist
  • Kenneth Robertson
    Kenneth
    Robertson
    Client Portfolio Manager - Sustainable Investing
This year saw a strong push for the global harmonization of disclosure methods, and for making it mandatory. But it remains haphazard and really needs a firm commitment from COP26.
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