Before we say goodbye to 2023, we’re rounding up our five most popular blogs from the past year. Here’s another chance to enjoy our most-read pieces on ESG disclosure, Canada’s net-zero policy landscape, opportunities for climate action, and more.
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1. ISSB Explainer: Everything You Need to Know About the New Global ESG Reporting Standard
For the past 20 years, the world of sustainability reporting and ESG disclosure has been a wild west. But on June 26, the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) rolled out the first set of their new reporting standards. This signaled a profound shift in the way that companies report on their sustainability performance.
2. Breaking Down the Budget: What Canada’s 2023 Budget Means for Our Net-Zero Future
$83 billion in clean economy tax credits and investments = a strong market signal that a net-zero future and related economic opportunities are a priority for the federal government. We break down some of the priority investment areas to determine what they mean for Canada’s growing green economy.
3. Double Materiality: The Next Frontier in ESG
As the sustainability landscape continues to evolve, there’s a new player in town that’s boosting best practices: double materiality. But what exactly is the difference between traditional materiality and double materiality and why is it so important for ratcheting up your sustainability strategies and ESG policies?
4. From Pledge to Practice: Navigating Canada’s Net-zero Policy Landscape in 2023
The clock is ticking when it comes to achieving net zero by 2050. Canada has laid a strong policy foundation with the Emissions Reduction Plan and clean fuel regulations. Delphi’s experts give you the low-down on Canada’s net-zero policy landscape in 2023 – including an overview of the Net-Zero Advisory Body recommendations and a snapshot of regulations, targets, and funding.
5. Is 2023 the turning point for sustainability and climate action?
In January 2023, we asked Profoundry’s leaders what they’re most excited about in the year ahead, what they predict 2023 will mean for ESG, and how we can turn climate ambition into meaningful action.