Introducing the 3rd iteration (v0.3) of the TNFD beta framework

This webinar introduces the second iteration (v0.3) of the beta version of the TNFD framework, featuring market feedback integration, proposed approaches for scenario analysis and additional guidance for financial institutions.

This webinar marks the release of the third iteration (v0.3) of the beta version of the TNFD framework, building upon valuable market feedback received during the second iteration (v0.2). It offers a comprehensive overview of the additions made in this new iteration, including updates to the draft disclosure recommendations, a discussion paper on scenarios, and a discussion paper on the social dimensions of nature-related risk.  

Key focus areas of this webinar

  • Feedback from the second iteration (v.02) 
  • Additions in the third iteration (v.03) 
  • Alignment with the TCFD  
  • Disclosure recommendations  
  • Proposed approach to scenario analysis  
  • Additional guidance for financial institutions  

Hosted by

Tony has significant experience working at the intersection of finance, sustainable development and diplomacy. Prior to joining the TNFD in September 2021, Tony was an adviser to government, financial sector and philanthropic leaders on a range of sustainable development challenges, including as a Senior Adviser with the World Bank Group.

As a Partner at the strategy consultancy Monitor Deloitte, Tony led the development of national reform strategies at both a country and city level and advised government leaders on the design of governance arrangements and performance management frameworks for mobilizing strategic investment capital and delivery of policy outcomes aligned to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). He was a senior member of Monitor Group’s global public sector advisory practice, has advised Fortune 500 US companies on their sustainability strategy and co-authored a seminal 2008 report on the investment behavior of Sovereign Wealth Funds.

Earlier in his career, Tony worked in infrastructure development and corporate finance in Australia and began his career in the Australian foreign service including a diplomatic posting in East Africa as a representative to UNEP and UN Habitat.

He graduated as a Littauer Fellow from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and has degrees from Monash University and Sydney University.

Based in Barcelona, Tony speaks English.

Guests

Jessica McDougall BlackRock e1632920969460

Jessica McDougall
Director, BlackRock Investment Stewardship, BlackRock

Judson Berkey UBS e1632921135747

Judson Berkey
Managing Director, Chief Sustainability Officer, UBS, UBS

Alexis Gazzo EY e1632921396715

Alexis Gazzo
Partner, Climate Change and Sustainability Services, EY

Emily has significant experience on integrating nature in policy, finance, economics and decision-making. Prior to joining TNFD in November 2021, she led the analytical team that produced the global Dasgupta Review on the Economics of Biodiversity, based at the UK Economics and Finance Ministry.

Emily was previously seconded to the Capitals Coalition where she helped develop the Natural Capital Protocol in its Technical Group.

Emily worked for a decade in the WWF Global Science team, where she helped establish and lead the Natural Capital Project at Stanford University, helping decision-makers apply InVEST – leading ecosystem service modelling software. While at WWF, she supported The Coca Cola Company and Guggenheim Partners to consider dependencies and impacts on nature, and sustainability standards.

She helped design the Environmental Land Management scheme in England – a major national agricultural subsidy reform programme – based at the UK Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra). Other previous roles included establishing environmental economics programmes at the Joint Nature Conservation Committee and the Pacific Islands Applied Geoscience Commission as an Overseas Development Institute Fellow.

She holds Masters degrees in International Policy from Stanford University and Economics at the University of Cambridge.

Based in London, Emily speaks English, and basic Bislama, Fijian, German and French.