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Latest climate news from our Insights section
Read the latest articles on climate change from our Insights section.
ICAEW and other accountancy bodies have signed a pledge calling on accountants across the world to use their skills and status in the fight against climate change.
17 February 2020: climate change is firmly on the board agenda, but it can be challenging to ask the right questions. Here are 10 questions non-executive directors can ask to make sure boards are taking a proactive approach to the risks and opportunities posed by climate change.
5 February 2020: we’re all in it together. Our leadership, business and we, as citizens, are all mobilised by climate risk. It is securely at the top of the agenda wherever you look.
4 February 2020: Michael Izza looks back on a climate-themed week at the World Economic Forum.
31 January 2020: environmental risks occupy all five of the top spots for likelihood in the latest ‘Global Risks Report’ from the World Economic Forum. “Climate change is striking harder and more rapidly than many expected,” the report warns.
22 January 2020: accountants could be the climate heroes we all need, according to the World Economic Forum (WEF). What does that mean?
21 January 2020: as bookings for private jet charter soar in the build-up to Davos, many will ask: “What was the hype all about?” Here are five reasons our CEO, Michael Izza, attends the World Economic Forum’s (WEF’s) Annual Meeting each year (and not on a private jet).
15 January 2020: viewing your business through the lens of climate change will produce surprising results. Relentless flooding, extreme coastal conditions and super-hot days that cause systems to fail are not just uncomfortable, they are a risk to business. Getting ready is a professional imperative.
8 January 2020: climate change poses serious risks to businesses, and investors and financial markets are demanding to know which companies are most exposed to this risk and which are best prepared to take action. Here’s what your business needs to know.