What the 2024 Federal Budget Means for Climate Action in Canada: Top Takeaways and Tips for Business

We’re hearing a lot about uncertainty. Looming elections in the US, EU and Canada, coupled with the precarious nature of the current economic environment, have cast a pall on the future direction of climate action. However, there are some developments that provide certainty in Canada in the near term, including the federal budget announced on […]

Climate Action 101: Navigating Uncertainty as a Climate-Smart Business

Date: Tuesday, April 30th, 2024   Time: 10:00 – 11:00 am PT | 1:00 – 2:00 pm ET  Are you wondering about how to advance climate action in the face of a federal election next year, ongoing economic uncertainty, and evolving standards (including SBTi’s recent shift)?   Join us for this timely webinar featuring our leading GHG […]

Everything You Need to Know About CSSB’s New Disclosure Standards

Are you future proofing your company by disclosing your sustainability and climate risks? You’ll not only stay ahead of (inevitable) regulation, you’ll be in a better position to attract capital and address the expectations of your employees, customers, shareholders, and communities.   Delphi is here to help you navigate the ever-evolving terrain of climate and sustainability […]

How Cleantech Can Help You Achieve Your Climate Targets: 4 Steps to Implementation

Clean technology (cleantech) encompasses a wide range of technologies and processes that support decarbonization and drive long-term sustainable growth. In the last few years, cleantech has expanded beyond renewable energy and zero-emission transportation, with a wide range of sectors — from agriculture to construction — leveraging innovative cleantech solutions to drive efficiencies, reduce emissions and transition towards […]

Flora, Fauna, and Finance: 7 Ways You Can Prepare for the Task Force on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD)

By Isla Milne, Senior Analyst; Sarah Falloon, Senior Consultant; Hayley MacVicar, Consultant; and Dave Photiadis, Senior Director. Lately, there has been a lot of attention on Mother Nature – and for good reason. In a nutshell: we need her. Nature and biodiversity (the variability of living organisms found in nature) are crucial for supporting life […]

Delphi’s Top Blogs of 2023

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.   Thanks for your readership! We can’t wait to work with you in 2024 on building a […]

Canada and COP28: Top Takeaways

COP28, the international climate change conference, wrapped up last week in Dubai. It was the largest COP to date, with total attendees approaching 100,000 – including more than 150 heads of state. At a time when we need less talk and more action on the climate file, the key question is whether these attendees were […]

Top 3 climate & sustainability takeaways from Canada’s Fall Economic Forecast

Earlier this week the government delivered Canada’s Fall Economic Statement. While the overarching themes of the Deputy Prime Minister’s address were affordability and inflation, the Fall Economic Statement reiterates that climate action is core to economic prosperity and Canada is committed to investing in shifting our economy to net zero. The Statement provides a much-anticipated […]

4 Common Myths about Measuring and Reporting Scope 3 Emissions

In response to the rapidly accelerating climate crisis, organizations are prioritizing climate-related risks and opportunities and building them into their business strategies.  This journey often starts with quantifying the original greenhouse gases (GHGs) of corporate inventories: scope 1, which are direct emissions that result from sources that are owned or controlled by an organization, like […]