Support for IFRS S2 Climate-related Disclosures
Hosted at the Dubai Financial Market as part of COP28
View the recording for early visibility of the Climate Reporting How-To Playbook.
The ESG Exchange hosts a series of tech-talks with our community of guest experts. The aim of these free webinars is to channel knowledge for businesses to better implement best practices regarding ESG, nature and people impacts and public reporting, disclosure and risks and opportunities assessment.
Previous tech-talks have focused on materiality and impact, with partners such as the Global Reporting Initiative, IFRS Foundation and the International Sustainability Standards Board, Value Balancing Alliance, United Nations Development Programme, EFRAG, the World Benchmarking Alliance, Impact Management Platform, Capitals Coalition, Accounting 4 Sustainability among others.
IFRS S2, Climate-related Disclosures, apply to annual reporting periods beginning on or after 1 January 2024.
This webinar was intended to equip attendees with the ability to understand sources of practical training and guidance on How-To report using the IFRS S1 and S2 standards. Doscussed were the resources available, amongst others, from the:
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Chair of the Technical Committee
Peadar Duffy is Archer’s Global ESG Practice Lead, and is responsible for leveraging his thought leadership in the organizational risk and governance domains to provide strategic direction and collaboration across Archer’s internal and external partners in the design and development of Archer’s ESG solutions.
He currently represents Ireland on the ISO technical committees for Risk Management (TC 262) and the Governance of Organisations (TC 309) where he is involved in the development and revision of various guidelines, reports and technical specifications.
Most recently Mr. Duffy had been involved with other international experts in the development of the first global governance guideline which emphasizes organizational purpose and other ESG-sustainability principles underpinning performance and long-term viability. Mr. Duffy began his 25-year career in risk management spanning multiple industry sectors in Ireland, the US and Middle East following 15 years in the Irish military.
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