Climate-Related Disclosures and TCFD Recommendations
Companies, investors and regulators are increasingly recognising that climate change is not just a social or environmental problem. It is a business problem too. The physical impacts of climate change and the economic impacts of the transition to a zero-carbon economy present foreseeable, and often material, financial risks to the performance and prospects of companies. These non-diversifiable risks affect nearly all industries and sectors within mainstream investment horizons. So much so, that in 2015 Bank of England Governor and head of the G20 Financial Stability Board Mark Carney declared that climate-related financial risk threatens the very stability of the global financial system.
Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation
Williams, Cynthia, "Climate-Related Disclosures and TCFD Recommendations" (2018). Editorials and Commentaries. 186.