Globally accepted as a major risk to businesses and society climate change may be the next disruption that changes the course of your organisation strategy. Or it may be just the opportunity to drive change for good.
Institutional investors, like super funds, are actively engaging with companies to better understand how climate change will impact their financial returns. As a result they are making decisions on what to invest in, or divest of, on the basis of climate change risk – coal is a case in point.
Carbon disclosure, ESG reporting and sustainability reports are evidence that investors look for on climate change and carbon action.
Prepare for the challenges of climate change by considering potential climate change risks and how you can adapt to ensure the resilience and long-term profitability of your organisation – and report on what you are doing
Do you have a carbon or climate change policy? Do you need a climate change adaptation plan? Do you understand which infrastructure and building assets are at risk from climate change? Need help? Contact us today.
“Carbon Disclosure Project research has shown that many carbon reduction activities generate an annual return on investment (ROI) of 33%, equivalent to a payback period of three years”.
From challenges come opportunities. Now is the time to plan for the risks and opportunities that climate change presents. Whether you run a business, a council, a not-for-profit or a public service, this is relevant to you.
Fully understanding climate risk can help future-proof your business..
“Convincing leaders to take action to change is no longer the main issue. Unfortunately they are seeing more and more of the unacceptable consequences of ‘Business as Usual’ on our society. The issue now is the speed of the development and the size of it. Business is more important than ever in achieving this and will only survive if they change and adapt to this reality”, Philippe Joubert, Chair of The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group, January 2016.