Tag: Environment & Carbon Risk

LAPFF Statement on Climate Change

The Forum believes that companies have a unique role to play in addressing the challenges posed by climate change, not only because they are emitters of greenhouse gases, but also as they are providers of short and long-term solutions to decarbonising the economy and adapting to climate change.   View Climate Change Statement

Task Force on Climate Disclosure’s Phase I Consultation

Task Force on Climate Disclosure’s Phase I Consultation The Forum encourages a forward-looking focus on detailed quantitative and qualitative reporting, supported by additional narrative where necessary, across five elements: operational emissions; strategic resilience; research and development; the governance of company policy implementation on climate change and key performance indicators; and public policy. Within this framework, […]

Consultation Paper on Review of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange ESG Reporting Guide

Consultation Paper on Review of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange ESG Reporting Guide LAPFF has responded to a consultation paper issued by the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on its Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Reporting Guide calling for mandatory reporting of carbon emissions. The Forum has welcomed and endorsed the move towards a ‘comply or […]

Reporting on Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Initial Company Responses

This report summarises the Forum’s shareholder engagement initiative undertaken in conjunction with the Environment Agency Pension Fund, to raise the issue of reporting on greenhouse gas emissions with specific reference to the guidelines published by the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra), June 2002. View Initial Company Responses

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