By Ian Edwards, Kiri Yapp, Sam Mackay and Professor Brendan Mackey

This report is an original piece by the authors and presented by Griffith Business School.

The Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) was established in 2015 by the G20’s Financial Stability Board on the premise that more complete and consistent disclosure of climate-related risks would encourage better risk management by entities, resulting in a more stable financial system.1 Though predominantly targeted at the private sector, there is growing interest in the relevance of the TCFD framework for guiding public sector climate action.

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