Climate change is on the top of the agenda for organizations across sectors and around the world. Climate-related risks and opportunities must be addressed for businesses to ensure their long-term resilience and safeguard our planet as we transition to a net-zero future.
As “one of the most significant, and perhaps most misunderstood, risks that organizations face today,”* climate change requires companies to engage in extensive preparation, adaptation, and reporting.
We help you achieve compliance and manage your risks and opportunities by breaking down the complex elements of climate change (and other ESG risks) into manageable tasks.
Risks linked to the extensive policy, legal, technological, and market changes needed for the world to transition into a low-carbon economy, such as:
Regulatory risk from impact of climate change mitigation policies on company assets
Reputational risk from public perception of company inaction on climate change
Risks linked to physical impacts of climate change, encompassing acute risks, which are event-driven, and chronic risks, which reflect long-term shifts in the climate system, such as:
Impacts of severe flooding events on crop yields (Acute)
Impacts of sea level rise on company facilities (Chronic)
How Mazars helps
Define risk appetite and operational structure with climate risk policies, procedures, KPIs, KRIs, and controls.
Assess exposure to climate-related risks through short- and long-term scenario analysis (Mazars Climate Risk Stress Testing Tool)
Implement TCFD recommendations*
Conduct an SEC climate-related rule readiness assessment
Report on ESG disclosures and dashboards
Enact an internal and external communications strategy
Identify and secure climate-related opportunities for building internal and macro-economic resilience
Manage climate-related risks, compliance, and value creation opportunities through a double materiality approach
Build a roadmap toward a net-zero future
*Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD)
In many countries, companies that are not already following the recommendations of the TCFD will soon have to take heed of them and address this framework’s four key pillars: governance, strategy, risk management, and metrics and targets.
We can support your business in implementing TCFD’s pillars through our wealth of expertise in climate regulation, governance, risk management, quantitative solutions, and non-financial reporting.
Our TCFD approach is structured around three stages: gap analysis and action plan, implementation, and reporting.
Ushuaia Guadarrama Valencia Sustainability Director - Mexico City
Sustainability must be at the heart of every organization. If your company does not implement an effective environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategy, its performance can be negatively impacted and it may miss out on significant opportunities, handing your competitors a market advantage.