Climate risks and opportunities in APAC and tools to identify them


With a divergent set of regulatory standards, a lack of data availability, and economies at different growth stages the Asia-Pacific is a complex market for integrating climate considerations. Challenges in identifying the full extent of climate risks within portfolios often ignore Scope 3 and supply chains, resulting in the significant underestimation of climate risks.

However, as the region produces nearly half the world's CO2 emissions it is key for investors to understand the climate risks and opportunities that exist.

This Asia-Pacific-focused webinar will explore the climate considerations that are unique to the region and the data and tools that help you navigate them.

Join ICE in association with Environmental Finance on 13 March 2024 at 3pm SGT/4pm JST for this APAC-focused climate transition webinar.


Michael Hurley (Moderator)
Deputy editor, Environmental Finance
Nicolas Stable
Director, Sustainable Finance Data APAC, ICE
Olivier Menard
Head of the Green & Sustainable Hub, Asia Pacific, Singapore, Natixis CIB
Sheng Ou Yong
Green Bonds & ESG Analyst, BNP Paribas Asset Management
Yuki Yasui
Regional Director of Asia Pacific (APAC) Network, Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero (GFANZ)

Discussion points:

What makes it difficult to track supply chain emissions and what role can Asia play in decarbonising the global supply chain?

Scope 3 emissions: what are the main challenges to scope 3 disclosure and how are they more pronounced in Asia?

Identifying climate opportunities in less obvious sectors: how do you determine the climate mitigation of potential investments in climate-related innovation and solutions?

An increasing number of APAC-based companies are making the case for avoided emissions reporting. Why?


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