Our company accounts now show Climate-Related Disclosure

October 1, 2020 | Written by |

Crystal Door’s annual financial statement now includes disclosure to our purpose, environmental impact, climate-related risk management and emissions as recommended by the international Taskforce on Climate-Related Financial Disclosure (TCFD).

The TCFD is a globally-recognised voluntary standard to help companies more effectively disclose climate-related risks and opportunities through their existing reporting processes. The aim is to provide investors, shareholders and other stakeholders clear, comprehensive, high-quality information on how companies are managing the risks and opportunities presented by the climate emergency.

“The TCFD is mainly targeted at large corporations – these are the companies that need to step up and show their investors that they mean business when it comes to their environmental impact and how they are managing it. But we wanted to show that small companies can and should do this too. Better decisions are made when we share more information with each other.”

Richard Hagan, Managing Director

Any company can voluntarily follow the TCFD recommendations. A series of free online courses are available via the TCFD’s Knowledge Hub to help companies understand and implement the recommendations themselves. Users gain a CPD-certified certificate when completing the course.

Our climate-related disclosure statement for the 2019-20 financial year is publicly available via Companies House, or below.