The world is changing – and so is the role of chartered accountants. Our major new content series explores how chartered accountants are helping to tackle some of the most urgent social challenges within the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and considers how the profession could do even more in the future. Are you ready?
Our first theme looks at the tumbling levels of trust in the information produced by governments and organisations, and considers the role that chartered accountants play in safeguarding data and information that is accurate and objective. Later this year, we’ll look at diversity and inclusion, climate risk and access to education, and consider how these themes will shape the profession for the next decade and beyond.
The crisis of trust in data and information
The Economics of Biodiversity
In 2019, the UK was the first major government to commission a review into the economics of declining biodiversity. We speak to the team behind the Dasgupta Review.
A worldwide call-to-action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity.