As the long term effects of climate change are already manifesting in all areas of society and boards grapple with how to incorporate climate risks and opportunities into the company strategy and embed it into corporate culture, it has become critical for companies to have a clear understanding of not only the associated financial risks, but also the opportunities and strategies required to manage climate change if they want to ensure effective financial markets.

To this end, CSIA and PwC have collaborated on a research project to get an understanding of the regulatory environment and the extent to which the guidance provided has been adopted by corporates, as well as the awareness of climate change within corporates and the measures they have taken to ensure that accountability is allocated and sufficient capacity exists to embed climate change in corporate cultures.

The project will provide a global focus of how climate change is managed in different jurisdictions across the globe, but will focus specifically on the role of the corporate secretary and governance professional in driving climate change in organisations.”

Click [here] to complete and submit the survey by 31 July 2020.

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CSIA

The Corporate Secretaries International Association Limited (CSIA) was established in Geneva in 2010 as an association constituted according to article 60 et seq, of the Swiss Civil Code and entered into the commercial register in Switzerland and was relocated and registered as a company limited by guarantee in Hong Kong in 2019.

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