‘Paris-aligned accounts’ is a phrase that is becoming increasingly common in the climate debate. However, there is confusion about what this means in practice.
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Themed on sustainability reporting, the Financial Reporting Faculty’s January edition of its highly acclaimed magazine 'By All Accounts' features a practical guide on implementing TCFD recommendations, accounting for climate under FRS 102 and risk reporting. Normally exclusive to faculty members, a digital version of this special edition is accessible to all ICAEW members and members of ICAEW’s Sustainability and Climate Change Community.
Britvic will focus this year on ensuring the soft drinks company’s sustainability goals are entrenched in every decision, process and system.
As the UK looks towards creating a cleaner economy post-pandemic, the north of England is primed to lead the way, says NP11 chair Sir Roger Marsh OBE
Aligning your charity’s strategy to the UN SDGs helps cement a value-driven business that benefits society as well as charity beneficiaries.
Following the incredible hike in wholesale energy prices, “the economic benefits of generating on-site renewable energy have never been greater”, says chartered accountant Christopher Trigg.
Better collaboration between the public and private sectors will be needed to mobilise the vast sums of money needed to decarbonise road transport, according to the Green Finance Institute.
ICAEW’s public sector team examines the public sector sustainability reporting landscape in the UK, outlining key developments in both the private and public sectors.
Finance for the Future award-winner Professor Alex Edmans is determined to convince business leaders that sustainable, purposeful companies can be profitable.
There’s a perception in the marketplace that implementing carbon-reducing technology comes at a high cost, but it could be as simple as redistributing your current energy spend.