A tax strategy for the road to net zero
Climate change is the defining issue of our time
Tax needs to be at the heart of boardroom decisions as their organizations and the world journey towards a low-carbon future.
Tax teams need to be ready to respond and potentially contribute to the policy environment, ensure that tax is integrated into business decision making, and have the right skills and resources to react to the emerging business opportunities and challenges.
The road to net zero: Why tax managers should prepare for hydrogen and CCUS
Do you know the opportunities and risks hydrogen and Carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) present for your business? Does tax have the seat at the table that it needs to add value at the right time?
Energy and extractives sectors will be most affected as they seek to decarbonise their own operations and as providers of the energy infrastructure and catalysts to allow hydrogen and Carbon Capture Utilisation & Storage (CCUS) projects to take off.
Three tax challenges that will determine success on the road to ‘net zero’
The transition towards a net zero future is underway. This article explores why tax leaders need to be thinking about net zero.
Tax and regulatory reforms designed to cut emissions and decarbonise the world's economies will affect every sector, challenging the usual framework business leaders operate in. This is creating risks and opportunities for them to manage.
The road to net zero: 3 reasons tax should contribute to big business decisions
The momentum towards net zero is gathering pace. How do you ensure that tax is integrated into business decision making?
Everyone knows climate change is on the agenda. But far fewer tax and business leaders have had time to really understand what decarbonisation means for their role, company, and industry.
The Green Deal For Tax
Wed 19 May 21 - ESG
Businesses are transforming their operations to respond to climate change. With this comes tax consequence and opportunities, notably tax incentives and grants. What can your organization achieve through early adoption of green thinking into your business planning process?
Tax Transparency: Communicating Taxes With Clarity
Tue 25 May 21 - UK Tax Focus
At a time when businesses are considering how they can best demonstrate their positive engagement with the ESG and broader stakeholder interests. How can tax be reflected in the external narrative of a business?
Deriving business value from tax governance as part of the ESG strategy
When governance models are reviewed by real estate players to achieve their ESG goals, it also integrates an important tax dimension – tax transparency – which requires the production of data on tax governance and a control framework and which is in many cases not yet available.
Clean energy credits and incentives in the Green Book and other legislative proposals
In May 2021, the US Treasury Department released the Green Book, laying out White House proposals to incentivize clean energy, energy efficiency, and decarbonization as part of the American Jobs Plan. Hear about the proposals and the potential impacts on your business.
2021 Climate Check: Business' views on environmental sustainability
Disruptive 2020 slows climate action, but executives are determined to act
A global Deloitte survey found that over 80% of executives are concerned about climate change, but the pandemic and economic downturn have stalled ambitious actions.