A modified version of the value-added income statement that includes a provision for nature would play a key role in protecting biodiversity
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There are risks to businesses of all sizes and sectors when opportunities across society and the economy are unequal – and chartered accountants have a key role to play in managing and mitigating those risks
A revised strategy published by the European Commission sets out a long list of additional actions to finance the transition to sustainability, strengthening the financial sector’s resilience to risks and combatting greenwashing.
An NAO report has flagged serious weaknesses in government’s approach to working with local authorities on decarbonisation due to a lack of clarity over roles, piecemeal funding, and diverse accountabilities.
The Dasgupta Review clearly linked economic success to biodiversity. Large investors are starting to respond to the risks and opportunities of this relationship.
The European Commission has adopted a sweeping set of legislative proposals to deliver climate neutrality by 2050. The package paves the way for a transformation of the EU’s policies over the next decade.
CFOs from top UK companies define the paramount role finance professionals play in the race to net zero. With the Prince of Wales placing accountants ‘at the very heart of the transition’.
With most national and international climate goals aiming for net-zero by either 2030 or 2050, the challenge is now firmly set for everyone to play their part, including your organisation. We outline the high-level steps on the road to carbon neutrality.
As the UK gears up for the COP26 Climate Conference in Glasgow in November, now is the chance to commit your business to reducing carbon emissions to net zero by 2050.
Better information about environmental, social and governance risks leads to better business decisions, but against the backdrop of a fast-moving economic landscape is a challenge to get right, the FRC has warned.