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Climate tech startups had a strong start to the year and could draw sustained interest as the ongoing energy crisis spurs investment in green technologies including liquefied natural gas, nuclear energy, and solar, wind and hydrogen power.
So far this year, global climate tech startups have raised $13.7 billion in VC investment across 369 deals, according to PitchBook data.
Jun 14, 2022, noon CDT
The recent SEC proposed rule that would require public companies to include certain climate-related information is being seen as a game-changer in ESG reporting. It also stands to accelerate boards of directors and the C-suite to hone their products, processes and business models to meet this new era of transparency and disclosure.
In this conversation, Workiva and Persefoni, both of which have combined expertise in ESG and carbon emissions accounting, will provide the insider perspective on how global regulations are shaping the ESG disclosure field, as well as how companies are streamlining their reporting processes to include carbon emissions per SEC mandate.
Among the things you’ll learn:
- What outcomes might we expect from the SEC’s recent proposed rule?
- How does this proposal rule compare and contrast with other emerging ESG requirements across the globe?
- What are the leading examples of effective, efficient, reliable, timely and assurable ESG disclosure?
- How should companies prepare? What should they do now?
- Joel Makower, Co-Founder & Chairman, GreenBiz Group
- Kristina Wyatt, SVP Global Regulatory Climate Disclosure, Persefoni
- Steve Soter, Senior Director, Accounting Industry Principal, Workiva
If you can’t tune in live, please register and we will email you a link to access the webcast recording and resources, available to you on-demand after the live webcast.