New US Climate Regulations—Are You Ready?
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ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
By many accounts, 2023 is expected to be a transformative year in the evolution of climate-related disclosure and mitigation requirements in the United States (US). Adding further complexity, the anticipated changes come at a time when the economy is already being tested by ongoing inflation and a possible recession.
While the expected emergence of climate-related requirements in the US follows an ongoing global trend of ramping requirements for carbon accounting and disclosure, in the US (where climate action is currently largely voluntary) the cost of inaction is mounting by the day, creating significant and multi-dimensional risk—both to the climate and to businesses.
In this webinar, we’ll cut through the jargon to provide clarity about what climate-related requirements may be coming for US companies by unpacking the two proposed federal rules that are currently pending, and we’ll review how the recently passed Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) in Europe affects US businesses.
- Learn what’s included in two proposed climate disclosure-related regulations in the US and how EU regulations can affect US companies
- Get actionable tips to aid in preparation for compliance with the proposed regulations
- Understand the trade-offs, risks, and advantages of taking a proactive or reactive approach to compliance
We’re CarbonBetter, a privately held firm specializing in sustainability and decarbonization services, clean energy and carbon offset project consulting, and energy logistics. We chart a clear path for every organization to drive meaningful change in the transition to a net-zero economy, accelerating the societal shifts that will save our planet.
Business Development, Sustainability & Decarbonization
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Director of Climate Services
Nicole Sullivan leads CarbonBetter‘s climate practice, helping organizations measure, reduce, offset, and report on environmental impacts, including carbon emissions, water, and waste.