Within our new interview series #rightquestions right. based on science's Roman Herzog asked Legal Analyst Marcela Scarpellini from right. based on science to share her views on tightening climate disclosures. She is of the opinion that „companies are reluctant to disclose forward-looking Information.“ More insights in our new "Law & Policy" section on this Webpage.
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#ClimateChangeLiability Increasing regulatory pressures to address climate-related risks. Demand for science-based climate metrics is rising. Are you ready?
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Marcela Scarpellini studied law at the Universidad Católica Andrés Bello in Caracas (Venezuela) and studied with an LL.M. at the University of Stockholm (Sweden) in the field of environmental law. Marcela is in charge of the legal aspects regarding 2°C-compatibility within right.
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