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Sarabeth Brockley

Sarabeth Brockley

Senior Director, Climate Services

Sarabeth B. Brockley is a climate and carbon market expert with over 12+ years of experience in corporate sustainability, climate risk planning, and ESG consulting for financial markets. Her background encompasses corporate strategies for net zero planning, scenario analysis, and guidance in the VCM. As the former Head of Carbon Strategy and Lead ESG Advisor at Nasdaq, she led initiatives for over 4,000 corporates, enhancing their ESG and climate strategies. She is a frequent keynote speaker at major global conferences such as Greenbiz, WEF, UNFCCC and Biodiversity COP events. Sarabeth held various Senior Consultant positions at the United Nations Division for Sustainable Development, K2 Integrity, and the World Bank’s Climate practice, among others, working on climate risk assessments and decarbonization projects. She holds a BS in Environmental Chemistry from Moravian University, an MA/MS in Climate Change from Lehigh University, and is a credentialed expert in the CFA UK certificate in ESG Investing and a certificate in Climate and Sustainability Bonds from CBI, with further credentials in SASB, TCFD, CDP, and GRI standards. In her personal time, she is the Appalachian Mountain Club’s chair of the NY/NJ rock-climbing committee, a strategic advisor to Women and Climate and spends her time in Brooklyn, NY with her two pups Chaco and Canyon.

Recent Posts from Sarabeth Brockley

New SEC Climate Disclosure Rules: Navigating Opportunities and Legal Boundaries
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New SEC Climate Disclosure Rules: Navigating Opportunities and Legal Boundaries

The SEC's new climate disclosure rules, effective in 2026, mandate transparency in material climate risks without requiring Scope 3 emissions reporting.