Australian Sustainability Reporting Standards - What to expect from mandatory climate disclosures for Australian Businesses

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In January 2024, the Treasury released an exposure draft legislation[1] to introduce mandatory requirements for organisations to disclose their climate-related risks and opportunities.

The requirements are comprehensive and will require a step-change in climate reporting for many Australian businesses. Over the last few months our team have produced a factsheet covering the key aspects of the proposed requirements, as well as a series of blogs on four key areas which we think will be the most challenging for companies to address:

Thank you to those who were able to attend our webinar covering the key aspects of the disclosures, case studies of best practice and practical guidance on where companies can begin in addressing the requirements.

For those that were unable to attend, you can view the recording below. This webinar is relevant for all companies who will be required to report, whether experienced in their disclosures or facing this for the first time.

Please contact James, Leslie, Ashleigh or Josh for any questions or for further information.

[1] Mandatory climate-related financial disclosures

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