Find find out about the key aspects of the consultation draft of the expanded CDSB Framework and how to respond.
The report 'Natural Capital at Risk – the top 100 externalities of business’ by Trucost and commissioned by the Natural Capital Coalition shows that environmental externality costs can be broken down into greenhouse gas emissions 38%, water 25% and land use 24%, of which 16% is directly related to forests risk commodities.
CDSB’s expanded Framework, out for consultation is expanding beyond climate change to include more information on natural capital, namely forest risk commodities and water. The Framework is designed to help organizations prepare and present environmental information in mainstream reports for the benefit of investors.
Information prepared in accordance with the CDSB Framework is designed to allow investors to assess the relationship between specific environmental matters and the organization’s strategy, performance and prospects. Through the provision of robust environmental information, CDSB hopes to encourage analysis and decision-making by investors that recognizes the dependence of economic and financial stability on a stable and healthy environment.
Introduction to CDSB – Patrick Crawford, Corporate Engagement, CDSB
CDSB Framework consultation draft – Dr Jarlath Molloy, Technical Manager, CDSB
How to respond: the consultation process – Michael Zimonyi, Project Officer, CDSB