Young leaders in finance and business have a pivotal role to play in helping organisations understand and tackle the climate-related risks and challenges they face, the Minister for Business, Energy and Clean Growth, Anne-Marie Trevelyan has said.
The move from fossil fuels to renewable energy and what it means for the world economies.
Across the globe organisations are setting ambitious targets for carbon reduction. But how does an energy company translate those targets into action? Hong Kong’s CLP Group knows exactly what pathway it is on.
25 January 2021: For many companies, 2020 annual reports will include Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting requirements for the first time
6 January 2021: A review has severely criticised Nottingham City Council over the failure of Robin Hood Energy, while Merton Council wound up its affordable housing subsidiary before building even started to cut short its losses.
As the world moves to more sustainable sources of energy, Dr Angela Wilkinson of the World Energy Council sets out how businesses can adapt, and the impact of COVID-19 on the energy transition needed
16 November 2020: In this sponsored article, Smart Energy GB urges businesses to install smart meters to help control their energy costs and better manage supply and demand as we move towards a more sustainable future.
6 August: A brace of schemes have been launched aimed at helping SMEs in England improve their leadership skills
2 June 2020: accountants have a crucial role to play in delivering a COVID-19 recovery plan that prioritises the environment
5 May 2020: Dr Roland Kupers describes to ICAEW Insights why climate change most definitely matters to accountancy.
10 March 2020: businesses are being asked to report on and reduce energy use in order to save billions as part of the government’s drive towards net zero. Rachel Underhill, ICAEW Business Strategy Manager, reports.