Navigating Global Regulations

A comprehensive guide on regulations being implemented worldwide, offering insights and updates to aid businesses in understanding vital mandates for a more sustainable future.

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APAC
Carbon Pricing
General

Carbon Pricing in Southeast Asia and its Impact on Businesses

As the world ramps up its decarbonisation efforts to abide by the Paris Agreement, governments in Southeast Asia have started to develop more ambitious climate regulations. Southeast Asia’s attention to climate change has traditionally trailed behind major developed countries, but the region has - in recent years - started to prioritise decarbonisation.

APAC
National Targets
Carbon Pricing
Climate Disclosure
General

Understanding Singapore’s climate regulations and how Terrascope helps businesses navigate them

As sustainability takes centre stage on a global level, Singapore has emerged as a regional leader in Southeast Asia, committing to establishing climate regulations which are unprecedented in this region. Businesses which operate in Singapore must navigate an increasingly complex regulatory framework, which presents multiple potential opportunities and risks.

Europe
Carbon Pricing
General
Energy
Material

CBAM: A guide to understanding the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism

The European Union (EU) is a key player in global emission reduction efforts, implementing various policies and regulations to ease the transition towards a low-carbon economy. One of its most recent regulations is the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM). The CBAM is a significant step towards achieving the EU's climate goals, which include reducing GHG emissions by at least 55% by 2030.

Europe
Climate Disclosure
General

The CSRD - Enhanced sustainability reporting in the EU

As part of the ambitious European Green Deal, the European Union (EU) has pledged to reduce its net greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030, compared to 1990 levels. To achieve this goal, the EU will need to align its climate, energy, transport and taxation policies. The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) presents a significant step up in sustainability disclosures. Starting from January 2024, this new law will require companies to disclose their sustainability performance.

Climate Disclosure
Product
Agriculture

Forest, Land and Agri (FLAG) Sector – What Is It and How Companies Can Get Started on Emissions Measurement and Management

The Forest, Land, and Agriculture (FLAG) Science Based Target Setting Guidance is a pioneering global standard for companies in land-intensive sectors to set science-based targets that include land-based emissions reductions and removals. This robust, science-driven approach aligns with the Paris Agreement's 1.5°C goal, enabling companies to effectively slash land-related emissions. Companies falling under the Science Based Target initiative’s (SBTi) FLAG-designated sectors or with over 20% FLAG-related emissions are required to set FLAG targets. They must establish a baseline year, account for land-based emissions and removals separately, and trace primary commodity emissions in processed products.

APAC
National Targets
Carbon Pricing
Climate Disclosure
General

A Look at Australia’s Climate Regulations and How Terrascope Can Help Businesses Navigate Them

Businesses which operate in Australia must navigate an increasingly complex regulatory framework, which presents multiple potential opportunities and risks. By understanding the implications of net zero legislation, carbon pricing mechanisms and climate disclosure regulations, businesses can gain a competitive edge while contributing to a sustainable future. Terrascope can help businesses uncover the path towards climate resilience.

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