Publication / 13 Mar 2018

Corporate Carbon Disclosure in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa

More EMEA firms quantify supply chain risks, set science-based targets, and implement internal carbon pricing.

Trucost, part of S&P Dow Jones Indices, assessed the trends in corporate disclosure of carbon emissions to see how companies are managing risks in three important areas.

These areas were quantifying supply chain carbon emissions, setting meaningful emission reduction targets, and pricing carbon to understand the current and anticipated financial implications of impending regulatory and policy measures.

The results show that Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) businesses continued to expand their carbon reporting. However, this reporting varied greatly in terms of depth and breadth. Many corporations, particularly in the health care and financials sectors, do not fully track the carbon sources that are most material to their business activities.

Trucost recaps the launch of the 2018 Trucost SDG Evaluation Tool and announces this year's SDG Leaders.

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Events Webinar: Climate Risk: What are the implications of TCFD for Companies? 6 June 2019

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Publication / 02 May 2019 The Socioeconomic and Environmental Impact of Large-Scale Diamond Mining

Trucost, part of S&P Global were commissioned to undertake a world-first comprehensive analysis of...

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