Organised by the Future of Sustainable Data Alliance (FoSDA)


COP28 is conducting the first-ever global stock take based on the commitments of the parties. FoSDA, a proactive voice of the sustainability data ecosystem, as part of COP28, is hosting a panel composed of two insightful discussions that will assess the state of climate data and climate solutions, as well as examine the regulatory landscape around it. We are delighted to invite you to this exclusive event.

This event is by invitation only and is non-transferable.


Opening remarks

4:00pm – 4:05 pm

Navigating the regulatory landscape for climate data

4.05 pm – 4:45 pm

This discussion will focus on the regulatory landscape surrounding climate data. As 2024 will see the transformation of ESG reporting with the swift rollout of mandatory disclosures, this panel will discuss the regulatory frameworks, issues of convergence and interoperability, developments around materiality and ESG rating regulations, as well as implications for data quality and reliability.

Speakers: Lorenzo Saa, Christopher Perceval
Moderator: Martina Macpherson

Evaluating the evolution of climate data and analytical tools

4:45 pm – 5.25 pm

Panelists will discuss how the state of climate data changed over the last decade and explore the advancements in data collection, analysis and tools. They will delve into the existing data gaps and holes and the ways to address them, as well as answer what should companies, data providers and users such as asset managers do to encourage honesty and transparency of data at all levels?

Speakers: Patricia Torres, Pietro Bertazzi, Brian Cahill
Moderator: David Harris

Closing remarks

5:25pm – 5:30pm

When & Where

Wednesday 6 December, 2023
4:00pm – 5:30pm

Jumeriah Emirates Towers,


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