Sustainable Futures: A Climate Transformed

Climate change is an issue that none of us can afford to ignore; the way that firms respond to environmental issues will be critical to their future success. Buyers of professional services are now actively considering a firm’s climate credentials when making purchasing decisions, and firms are asking themselves what they can do to demonstrate their commitment to the planet. Evolving attitudes towards these issues also create opportunities for the firms willing to take advantage of them. While the transition to a low-carbon economy will not be an easy one, it is clear that professional services firms have an absolutely critical role to play in making it happen.

Section 1: Who are the buyers for climate-driven consulting work?

Section 2: What are your clients' climate and energy transition priorities?

Section 3: What role can professional services firms play in the transition to a net zero economy?

Section 4: How can you make your firm a leader on climate issues?


The distribution of clients’ net zero targets


The evolving nature of the green agenda

Celine Herweijer, Emma Cox, Louise Scott, PwC

Understanding sustainable finance

Gillian Lofts, EY

The barriers clients face to reducing their organisations’ carbon footprints


Technology as an enabler for environmental sustainability

Siva Niranjan, Sopra Steria

Getting to net zero

Steve Varley, EY

How well clients understand the environmental impact of their suppliers


Managing climate risk

Nick Martin, Antea Group

Infusing sustainability into a firm

Richard Threlfall, KPMG
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