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We have been turning challenges on climate change, circular economy, and sustainable finance into competitive advantages for our clients for more than 20 years. When you need to operate a climate driven transformation, reshape your business models, create transparent, ethical supply chains, build engagement, or measure, evaluate and assure, we have the innovative approaches and digital solutions that will empower you to think and act differently.
Deloitte helps organisations publish credible non-financial information in line with the expectations of regulators and stakeholders. Non-financial information is often defined as Environmental, Social and corporate Governance (ESG) information, referring to the three core components of measuring a company's sustainability and societal impact.
Deloitte helps organizations from various industries in the transition from a linear to a circular business model by improving their design-for-circularity, transforming waste management and increasing the usage of recycled content into new products.
Deloitte helps corporates active in energy intensive industries and energy players in retaining their license-to-operate and achieve a maximum reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. Additionally, we support public authorities in defining a roadmap to support their transition.
The role of clean gas in a climate neutral Belgium
Flemish Industry aims to become carbon neutral
Deloitte supports organisations to integrate environmental, social and governance considerations into their strategy, operations, products and purpose.
Deloitte assists organisations in their need to track sustainable performance and compare it to sustainability goals and ambitions. We provide help with reporting sustainability indicators for annual reporting and assessments of (low carbon) investments in terms of their financial and climate impact. Tracking sustainability measures, for instance by building a carbon modelling tool that tracks greenhouse gas emissions, allows organisations to report sustainability information in their annual reporting.
Companies with a well-defined sustainability strategy are ideally positioned to turn these pressures into sources of competitive advantage, which in turn will ensure a robust and resilient organisation with a positive impact on society.
Environmental issues have certainly captured the attention of the insurance industry’s clientele, accounting for the top-five long-term concerns in a survey of the world’s business leaders presented to the recent World Economic Forum.