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Sustainable recovery

COVID-19 has given us the opportunity to build back better, and for the profession to participate in a green and fair recovery.

Don't miss out on our daily summary of the actions governments are taking to combat the impact of the virus on their populations and the global economy. We also produce daily summaries of the actions that regulators are taking and how global business and markets are recovering from the pandemic.


A green recovery: government after COVID-19

Being clear about the objectives of a green recovery is vital to ensure actions lead to desired outcomes. Here, Michael Holder writes about how government can approach the subject.

A green recovery: charities after COVID-19

Choices made in the aftermath of COVID-19 will shape society for decades to come. So, being clear about the objectives of a green recovery is vital to ensure actions lead to desired outcomes. Here, Michael Holder writes about the charity angle.

A green recovery: a post-COVID future

Choices made in the aftermath of COVID-19 will shape society for decades to come. So, being clear about the objectives of a green recovery is vital to ensure actions lead to desired outcomes, writes Michael Holder.

A green recovery: finance after COVID-19

Choices made in the aftermath of COVID-19 will shape society for decades to come. So, being clear about the objectives of a green recovery is vital to ensure actions lead to desired outcomes. Here, Michael Holder writes about the finance angle.

Recovery? Let’s build back differently

14 September 2020: ‘Building back better’ is all very noble but delivering ’better’ is hard to imagine. Ceri Humphrey is Finance Director at engineering and construction firm VolkerFitzpatrick and has very clear ideas what this could mean.

ESG: accountants can play a vital role

14 September: The skills accountants possess, specifically ensuring the integrity of data, analysing why things have changed and forecasting how they could change in the future, are all crucial to ESG investing.

How should we account for the vulnerable?

11 September 2020: If this pandemic has taught us anything, it is that human beings are more vulnerable than we often think and that the human condition is relevant to business success or failure. So how do we account for the vulnerable?

Business spotlight: Biffa pushes for a sustainable recovery

8 September: One of the UK’s leading waste management companies, Biffa has emerged from the pandemic in a strong position. ICAEW Insights speaks to CEO Michael Topham about its focus on sustainability and the contribution it can make to the economy.

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