Strategy and Metrics and Targets Consultation
Aotearoa New Zealand Climate Standard 1: Climate-related Disclosures (NZ CS 1)
This consultation document focuses on the proposed Strategy and Metrics and Targets sections, Aotearoa New Zealand Climate Standard 1: Climate-related Disclosures (NZ CS 1).
We are seeking feedback on these sections of the proposed standard to inform their development as we work towards creating the broader climate-related disclosures framework. We are working towards issuing a formal exposure draft of NZ CS 1 in August 2022.
Download the document here.
The Consultation Document At a Glance
We have also created a condensed version of the consultation document for those with limited time.
You can download this version here.
The comparison document provides a detailed comparison between three elements:
- the XRB’s proposed Strategy and Metrics and Targets disclosures and defined terms
- the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures recommendations and guidance
- the Technical Readiness Working Group’s Climate Prototype and General Requirements Prototype
Scenario analysis fact sheet
The scenario analysis fact sheet clarifies the definition and purpose of scenario analysis for Aotearoa New Zealand Climate Standard 1: Climate-related Disclosures (NZ CS 1).
Getting started on measuring your emissions
This document defines scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions sources and details the steps on measuring and disclosing them.
Video Recordings and Presentation Slides
If you missed our launch presentation, or any of the deep dive sessions, you can view the video recordings below, as well as download the presentation slides.
Unfortunately we were unable to record this session due to technical difficulties. However, we have included comprehensive notes in the presentation slides.
Have Your Say
Send us your feedback by 2 May 2022, by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by using the form below.
Please use this secure online form.
We intend on publishing all comments on the XRB website, unless they may be defamatory. If you have any objection to this, we will not publish them. However, they will remain subject to the Official Information Act 1982 and, therefore, may be released in part or in full. The Privacy Act 1993 also applies.