The TPT’s key moments and methods of engagement
An indicative timeline of key moments which is non-exhaustive and subject to change
November 2021: TPT announced at COP26
April 2022: TPT begins operations
May - July 2022: Call for Evidence on a sector-neutral framework
October 2022: Sandbox begins on the TPT Disclosure Framework and Implementation Guidance, with focus on preparers of transition plans
November 2022: Consultation begins on the TPT Disclosure Framework and Implementation Guidance
28 February 2023: Consultation closes on the TPT Disclosure Framework and Implementation Guidance
9 October 2023: Final Disclosure Framework and Implementation Guidance published. Sector Guidance Summary published for comment.
November 2023: Consultation on Sector Deep Dives begins
Q4 2023: UK government consults on transition plan requirements for large public and private companies.
February 2024: Final Sector Deep Dives and Forward Pathway on transition plans published
Market & civil society engagement
The TPT has engaged with other 500 organisations from finance, the real economy, civil society and academia to ensure technical rigour and usability of the TPT’s outputs. The TPT also launched a Sandbox with a group of FTSE 100 financial institutions and corporates to test the TPT’s outputs with both users and preparers in mind. The Sandbox is also furthering innovation in the transition plan ecosystem.
Regulators and standard setters
Engagement with UK government departments and regulators, as well as international standard setters, regulatory networks and initiatives such as the ISSB, FSB, IOSCO, NGFS, the UN and GFANZ.
Engagement with governments, regulators and markets in other jurisdictions who considering or implementing disclosure and transition plan requirements.
Focus Topic Groups
The TPT set up working groups on nature, just transition and adaptation, as well as an advisory group on SMEs. Further expert advice on a range of topics has been received from academia, sector experts and civil society.