Organisations that align their goals with the long-term goals of society will be more viable — and valuable — in the future. This requires a shift in how organisations conduct business, operate and invest. But our world is demanding it. Governments around the world are setting increasingly ambitious carbon reduction targets. This, combined with increasing pressure from investors, regulators, governments, consumers and internal stakeholders, has made acting on issues of climate and sustainability an imperative for every organisation.
The percentage of coral reefs that will die with just a 2°C rise in global warming. That’s $36 billion lost in annual tourism, not to mention priceless natural features.1
Global economic loss from climate related natural disasters in 2017 and 2018.2
The projected annual cost of climate-change-related heat stress to the global economy.3
Organisations that can innovate and navigate rapidly away from a carbon-intensive global economy will find new opportunities to grow and create value.
And Deloitte can help you.
Deloitte’s integrated offerings help organisations shape resilient and sustainable businesses in our increasingly unpredictable world. Discover how we can help you navigate your sustainability journey at every step, from envisioning your starting point to transforming business models.
Climate & Decarbonisation
Sustainable supply chain
ESG reporting & Assurance
As a recognised leader in climate and sustainability, Deloitte has the innovative approaches and digital solutions that will empower you to think and act differently. Together with our holistic, data-driven approach, Deloitte empowers you to create a truly sustainable business – both financially, socially and environmentally.
More than 20 years of knowledge and experience in sustainability.
Proven record of viable solutions with long-term and returning clients
Depth and breadth to diagnose and solve complex issues related to climate change, human rights and resource management
Our scale and scope
Extensive network of sustainability practitioners in more than 160 countries
Multidisciplinary teams including environmental scientists, economists, lawyers, and strategy consultants
Localised support to navigate linguistic, cultural, and geopolitical complexities
Market-leading assets and digital tools to assist in the sustainability transition
Key leader in defining many sustainability frameworks and globally established guidelines
Extensive alliance network bringing together industry leaders and professionals
Deloitte’s 2022 Climate Check Survey: Climate action ahead of COP27
Ahead of this year’s COP27 in Egypt, Deloitte surveyed 700 executives to better understand the state of climate action from the perspective of business leaders.
Using technology to get on top of Scope 3 emissions
Supply chain sustainability: the complexity of gathering Scope 3 data
Trade Journal – Green Economy Special
The financial sector has set itself ambitious net zero targets. Thus, the real economy must show even more progress, provide transparency and take measures to meet the growing demands of the financial industry.
We’ve set a net zero commitment. We’re transforming our business. And we’re empowering our people to help create a better future. This is our plan.
Who is setting the pace for personal sustainability?
From Deloitte’s new Sustainable Actions Index comes a portrait of people bringing sustainability into the mainstream.
Sustainability leaders driving exponential change and transformational shifts at their organisations for the decade of action
2022 Deloitte CxO Sustainability Report
Business leaders have a unique responsibility to help the world transition to a lower-carbon future. Are they up to the challenge?
Clear statements on CO2 emissions, working conditions and responsible corporate governance
Organisations that align their goals with the long-term goals of society will be more viable.
Are hydrogen cars an eco-friendlier alternative to electric?
The world’s lightest element may be its most sustainable
The future of the Chief Sustainability Officer
A perspective from Deloitte and the Institute of International Finance
Toward Common Metrics and Consistent Reporting of Sustainable Value Creation
The World Economic Forum has issued a publication, Measuring Stakeholder Capitalism: Towards Common Metrics and Consistent Reporting of Sustainable Value Creation.
Responsible Business Initiative - what does the no vote mean for companies?
On November 29, Switzerland voted against the corporate responsible business (RB) initiative.
The important role financial institutions can play in combatting it
Financing a sustainable transition
CFOs in Europe open up on sustainable finance