Climate change presents both risks and opportunities for business. In the private sector, many companies are committing to take action to stay ahead of the material risks of climate change and take advantage of emerging low-carbon opportunities. The number of companies disclosing to CDP that they embed an internal carbon price into their business strategies has grown from 150 global companies in 2014 to over 850 companies in 2020.
Carbon Pricing Connect
Carbon Pricing Connect is a data visualization tool featuring CDP's extensive data on internal carbon pricing with respect to global regulatory policy.
Carbon Pricing: CDP Disclosure Best Practice
A briefing paper on linking climate-related opportunities and risks to financing decisions for investors and banks
How-to guide to corporate internal carbon pricing
Reference the Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition Resource Hub for external research on current and emerging carbon pricing practices tailored to a wide audience of stakeholders.
The TCFD recommends that companies acknowledge the reality of transition risk by running scenario analyses of potential future climate outcomes (including a 2°C scenario). In my view, central to any such scenario analysis should be gauging the impact of carbon pricing on company business models—over time capital will be re-allocated in accordance with carbon-pricing signals.Mark Lewis, Managing Director, European Utilities Equity Research, Barclay Capital; Member of the TCFD