Key takeaways from COP28 and what they mean for business will be the focus of the Risilience webinar, COP28: navigating the regulatory landscape as a business in 2024, on Tuesday 19th December.

COPs are the engine of climate policy and, with the window to a 1.5°C world narrowing, it’s more important than ever for business to understand the outcomes of decision making at Dubai. This year’s COP is certainly one to watch. Marking the conclusion of the first global stocktake (GST), that assesses progress under the Paris Agreement, COP28 comes at a crucial moment in time, deciding actions that will shape the future world for generations to come.

Business has a significant role to play in addressing the challenges and disruptions of climate, and our webinar brings together a panel of experts, including Andy Garraway, Senior Climate Policy Analyst at Risilience; Nigel Brook, Partner at global law firm Clyde & Co; Felicia Jackson, Editor at Sustainable Growth Voice; and Sarah Webster, Sustainable Business Director at Britvic, to review the key regulatory trends discussed at COP28 and what they mean for business in the year ahead.

Their specialist analysis of and insights to this complex and evolving topic will consider: the meaningful regulatory talking points at COP28 and how they will impact business; how the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), as the most evolved, sustainability-related disclosure framework for large global businesses, is shaping up – in and beyond the EU; and what business leaders should do to navigate this changing and overlapping landscape.