Researcher

Dr Tanya Fiedler

My Expertise

Climate risk, Climate and carbon accounting and accountability, Climate-related financial disclosures.

Biography

Tanya Fiedler is a Scientia Fellow at the UNSW Institute for Climate Risk and Response and School of Accounting, Auditing and Taxation, UNSW Business School.

Tanya is recognised internationally as a pioneering expert in the field of climate risk accounting and accountability. Her research is interdisciplinary and collaborative and considers the translation and integration of information derived from climate and earth system sciences to...view more

Tanya Fiedler is a Scientia Fellow at the UNSW Institute for Climate Risk and Response and School of Accounting, Auditing and Taxation, UNSW Business School.

Tanya is recognised internationally as a pioneering expert in the field of climate risk accounting and accountability. Her research is interdisciplinary and collaborative and considers the translation and integration of information derived from climate and earth system sciences to accounting values and practice. Tanya also engages deeply with industry, standard setters, and regulators. Her work has been cited in the 2023 Economic Report of the President of the United States, as well as by the World Bank and Asian Development Bank. Tanya participated in development of the Australian Sustainable Finance Initiative Roadmap as well as observing the Climate Measurement Standards Initiative.

Tanya is regularly invited to speak on panels and roundtables both in Australia and internationally, and contributes to the media (ABC News, Financial Review, NYTimes, Bloomberg).


My Research Supervision


Areas of supervision

Accounting for climate and broader sustainability risks and the ways in which these are measured and integrated into internal systems, as well as disclosed both in sustainability or climate reports and financial reports.


Currently supervising

Peijing Yang (University of Sydney), Climate Visibilities in Accounting

Aryanie Amellina (Australian National University), Promoting an ‘Earth system impact score’ to strengthen environmental impact assessment in environmental, social, and governance reporting and investing.

 

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