Climate change is likely to drive some of the most profound changes to businesses in our lifetimes.

Impacts on products and services, supply chains, loss of asset values and market dislocation are already being caused by more frequent and severe climate-related events. These effects are now compounded by the accelerating pace of policy and regulatory change as humanity recognises the challenge we face and the drastic and rapid actions we all must take in order to protect our planet and our own livelihoods.

Discover how to think through the challenges and futureproof your business through learning, interviews and resources.

The time to act is now!

Supported by

  • A4S
  • CBI
  • CDSB
  • Hughes Hall Cambridge
  • SASB

Learning

Context / Awareness

  • Why climate change is an issue for humanity

  • Why climate change is a current issue for business

  • Why it’s time for businesses to adapt

Implementation

Interviews

Perspectives from drivers of climate action

  • Perspectives from drivers of climate action: Dr Emily Shuckburgh

  • Perspectives from drivers of climate action: Russell Picot

  • Perspectives from drivers of climate action: Julie Baddeley

  • Perspectives from drivers of climate action: Emily Farnworth

Key contacts

  • Dave Rice

    Dave Rice

    Senior Manager, Audit & Assurance, Deloitte

    +44 (0)20 7007 0732

  • Alison Dundjerovic

    Alison Dundjerovic

    Technical Manager, Financial Reporting Thought Leadership, ICAEW

    +44 (0)20 7920 8502

  • Nigel Sleigh-Johnson

    Nigel Sleigh-Johnson

    Head of Financial Reporting, Audit and Assurance, ICAEW

    +44 (0)20 7920 8793

  • Richard Spencer

    Richard Spencer

    Head of Sustainability, ICAEW

    +44 (0)20 7920 8505