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도시의 탄소량 저감을 위한 친환경 건축물과 지역사회를 위한 9가지 해결방안
As cities grow in population and importance, urban construction will continue to gather pace. It is estimated that global floor area is expected to double by 2060, the equivalent of adding New York City every month for the next 40 years. This white paper highlights case studies and nine innovative solutions that provide models for cities seeking to meet sustainable development goals. Addressing the amount of carbon released due to new construction and infrastructure development, as well as the decommissioning of obsolete buildings, is critical to decarbonizing the built environment. Collectively referred to as “embodied carbon emissions”, this is the next frontier in mitigating climate change. The paper identifies common challenges cities face in the effort to reduce embodied carbon emissions and outlines best practices that have been developed and tested by pioneer cities, and which are are adaptable, scalable and designed to accelerate innovation across the construction industry. There are nine solutions. Solution 1 : Requirements for low-carbon materials Solution 2 : Mandates for whole-life carbon assessments Solution 3 : Executive orders for clean construction Solution 4 : Large-scale adaptive reuse Solution 5 : Citywide circular economy strategy Solution 6 : Programmes to electrify heavy transport and machinery Solution 7 : Innovation hub for clean construction Solution 8 : Programmes for residential deconstruction and workforce development Solution 9 : Online marketplace for a circular built environment 출처 :https://tinyurl.com/mrwzhyd6 첨부파일 :WEF_Reducing_Embodied_Carbon_in_Cities_2024.pdf
2024.05.16
석유 및 가스산업의 새로운 규제 공시 요구 반영 및 모범 사례 가이드
Estimates put the global market capitalization of the oil and gas sector at USD $6.5 trillion, which is equivalent to the combined gross domestic product of the United Kingdom and France in 2022. As the oil and gas industry transitions, this value might change and greater transparency on how this might occur is crucial to investors. Why? Increasingly with government support and incentives, investors marshal the needed energy investments into an orderly energy transition to a net-zero economy with an expectation for a reasonable rate of return. What drives us and our members in crafting this how-to guide? Our purpose with this how-to guide is to help companies navigate the new regulatory disclosure requirements, enhance transparency, improve corporate carbon performance and accountability, and accelerate the journey to a net-zero economy. Over the last few years, the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) has guided energy companies on how to implement the financial and non-financial reporting recommendations provided by the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD). Yet, despite the remarkable progress companies made on climate-related reporting, there are growing demands from investors and regulators for more granular and transparent disclosures. And our member companies are listening and acting. In anticipation of mandatory disclosure requirements, we continue our multi-year work by collating input and sharing best practices from leading oil and gas companies via this how-to guide. The document bridges the gap between TCFD reporting principles and the financial information needs of investors by providing detailed how-to guidance to oil and gas companies looking to take the next step in carbon performance and accountability. Our how-to guide will be of particular value to finance, accounting, investor relations and corporate reporting professionals in publicly listed oil and gas companies, as well as leading professionals in standard-setting and regulatory organizations. 출처 :https://tinyurl.com/mwa7ba6u 첨부파일 :Quantifying Climate-related Financial Impacts in the Oil and Gas Sector.pdf
2024.05.16
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