Climate Sentiment Index
Results of the Climate Sentiment Index survey carried out by Deloitte indicate that six out of ten respondents are seriously concerned about the current status of the natural environment.
The Deloitte study showed that the vast majority of Poles are concerned about climate change. In the report, we show the risks and opportunities for business, taking into account the perspective of consumers, employees and voters.
The future of the Chief Sustainability Officer
A perspective from Deloitte and the Institute of International Finance
This report looks at the evolving role of the Chief Sustainability Officer (CSO) in the financial services industry.
This report looks at the evolving role of Chief Sustainability Officer (CSO) in the financial services industry.
Can reporting help in fighting climate change?
2021 ends with some major developments in the EU taxonomy and sustainability reporting. In November, the International Council for Sustainable Development Standards (ISSB) was established to set global standards for sustainable development reporting.
2021 ends with some major developments in the EU taxonomy and sustainability reporting. Read articles and analysis on the most important issues related to sustainability, climate and ESG factors in the Sustainability Insights newsletter.
Financing a sustainable transition
CFOs in Europe open up on sustainable finance
The results of the latest European CFO survey reveal that when it comes to ESG many companies are missing opportunities to engage with investors effectively. Finance departments have a role to play, but may need to build new capabilities.
TNFD and nature-related financial disclosures
The new framework for ESG risks
The Taskforce on Nature-Related Financial Disclosures is an international initiative that builds on a model developed by the Taskforce on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).
TNFD is an international initiative designed to provide a framework for how organizations can address environmental risks and opportunities, with the ultimate goal of channeling capital flows into positive action.
„Fit for 55” package
EU legislative action for the climate
On July 14, 2021, the European Commission adopted a package of legislative proposals "Fit for 55" as part of the European Green Deal, which aims to strengthen the EU's position as a global climate leader.
Fit for 55 aims to modernize existing legislation in line with the EU's 2030 climate target and introduce new policy measures to help bring about the necessary transformative changes.
The effects of climate change are significant. But together, we can drive positive change. Progress is possible if we act collectively, and it is vital that we all (business and society) take urgent and immediate action.
Climate change is not a choice. It’s billions of them. Learn how we’re taking action.