ESG in APAC will help businesses unpack the current regulatory landscape across 16 jurisdictions and get a sense of the direction of ESG reporting, transition planning and greenwashing in the region.
Michael and Aldilla examine the legal and regulatory requirements for companies in Indonesia to make ESG disclosures, voluntary ESG disclosures, decarbonization targets and strategies in Indonesia, carbon trading, and geenwashing-related litigation or regulatory action, among other topics.
ESG in APAC is a collaboration between Slaughter and May and leading independent law firms in Asia Pacific.
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