3 March 2021: At a Cyprus green finance conference co-organised by ICAEW, finance, sustainability and political leaders discussed what needs to happen to ensure that COVID-19 recovery delivers lasting improvement.
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25 February 2021: As efforts to reduce carbon ramps up globally, offsetting has become a necessary element of corporations’ drive to net zero.
24 February 2021: When you think of the dense metropolis that is Hong Kong, vast expanses of green, open spaces and a hotbed of artistic and cultural activity aren’t necessarily the first things that spring to mind. And yet a vast new development in the West Kowloon district is looking to transform the landscape and put Hong Kong firmly on the global cultural map.
24 February 2021: Economies across the world are at a crossroads. ICAEW President David Matthews outlines the scale of the challenges we now face and comments on the investment that will support recovery and change.
24 February 2021: ICAEW supports the updates made to improve the appraisal process of the government’s projects, policies and programmes with more emphasis placed on the levelling up agenda and climate.
24 February 2021: Bill Meredith, Audit Partner at KPMG, specialises in infrastructure, building and real estate businesses. He says climate and social risk and impacts are all much better understood and reportable than previously.
22 February 2021: Against a backdrop of tougher regulation, Yorkshire Water is blazing a trail when it comes to demonstrating sustainable business practices and social value. Rachel Willcox speaks to its CEO, Liz Barber ACA.
19 February 2021: With construction at the heart of the UK’s post-COVID recovery, the sector needs to focus on the triple bottom line of profit, people and the planet says Peter Duff, European Finance Director at Laing O'Rourke.
17 February 2021: With a strong track record of stimulating post-crisis economies, infrastructure development was always going to feature heavily in government recovery plans – particularly given its central role in achieving carbon neutrality. Infrastructure, however, is not a quick fix.
16 February 2021: Kathryn Cearns OBE, amongst her many other appointments, is a Non-executive