How the world’s largest companies report on climate risk and net zero transition
Companies are under pressure to disclose their exposure to climate-related risks and explain their strategies to ensure resilience and competitive advantage in a net zero world.
KPMG’s new study aims to help by proposing a set of quality criteria for climate-related disclosures and analyzing how the world’s 250 largest companies measure up against these criteria.
Readers of this study will learn:
What good climate risk and net zero reporting looks like
How the world’s largest companies are performing
Which companies are doing it well and what they can teach others
The results of this research enable any company to assess its own reporting against the performance of this global leadership group.
This report is part of KPMG’s long established series of sustainability reporting surveys. It is intended primarily to help corporate reporting, investor relations and sustainability professionals shape their own company’s reporting. It may also help investors, lenders, insurers, asset managers and ratings agencies to understand current reporting maturity and the gaps where improvement is needed.