Policy and Regulation

More than 300 organisations commit to make nature-related disclosures

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Most TNFD members will begin reporting on the impacts of their operations on natural resources as part of their annual corporate reporting for the financial year 2024 or 2025 (Photo: Tampatra/Envato)

The Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures has announced the first companies and financial institutions that plan to follow its recommendations — but experts say mandatory disclosures must come next

Three hundred and twenty organisations from 46 countries — across various industries, including a few mining and oil companies and ...

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