The annual The Future of ESG Data conference returns for its fourth year, arriving on the 16th of October 2023 in London.
Building on the enormous popularity of last year's event, The Future of ESG Data conference returns as a central source of discussion and learning for the rapidly evolving ESG data industry. This one-day event, filled with practical use cases, will offer unrivalled insight from industry leading experts on the challenges, opportunities and emerging innovations in ESG data.
Register to join us and be a part of the conversation on the future of ESG Data.
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Some of the key areas of discussion include:
Updates on ESG regulations and standards, including proposed regulation of ESG data providers
How are investors using ESG data in their investment decisions? Including BlackRock case study
How are corporates building robust and granular ESG reporting strategies?
Metrics for measuring biodiversity and nature-related investments
Social data - how to determine materiality? What metrics are being used?
Tools for measuring and reporting net zero transition
Data challenges associated with supply chains and scope 3 emissions
Opportunities and limitations of AI as a game changer for ESG data
We are proud that over 60% of delegates who attend this conference are from corporates and financial institutions.
Shaping the future of ESG data
ESG Data EMEA 2022 – video interviews
The importance of developing sustainability reporting standards for the public sector
As the baseline for private sector sustainability reporting is finalized, the public sector has started to build on this to address its own specific needs, writes Ian Carruthers
Acciona: Impact in the sustainable bond market is very low
Frustrated by the limited impact of sustainable bonds, the Spain-based conglomerate has published an additionality-focused framework it hopes will help transform the market. Ahren Lester reports
Staying focused: sovereign climate assessment tool resists mission creep
The ground-breaking ASCOR project refuses to allow the number of indicators to 'explode' out of control, as it strives to keep the tool practicable, LSE's Antonina Scheer tells Ahren Lester
Impact accounting framework aims for integration with ISSB, ESRS standards
The IFVI and the Value Balancing Alliance are developing a methodology that seeks to appropriate concepts from the world of financial accounting and could also use information from key sustainability reporting standards. Michael Hurley reports
Nature data: roaming free?
Commercial data providers should back development of free-to-use platforms, according to RS Metrics. Genevieve Redgrave reports.