Climate and Nature
Understand what climate and nature related risks mean for
your business and accelerate your plans for change.
Climate change and biodiversity loss require urgent action. Together they pose the next high impact, high probability risks facing your business and the world. But they also present an opportunity to be recognised as a leader among your peers.
Business operations are being impacted by the physical changes in our environment and in turn the way businesses operate as well as climate changes are contributing to biodiversity loss on our planet. Increasing regulation is reinforcing the urgency for change – including complying with the recommendations of the Taskforce on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) and more recently the introduction of The Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD)
That’s only going to increase, with regulators looking to back up net zero and nature loss targets.
Boards were already under pressure from stakeholders – from employees to investors – to address environmental issues. The imperative to act is now even stronger. That’s making it critical that you fully understand the implications of climate and nature risks for your business.
Are you ready to navigate climate and nature related risks with confidence?
Partner | Head of Decarbonisation, Climate & Nature KPMG in the UK
Bridget co-leads our Climate Risk and Strategy team and has over 12 years’ experience in climate change and decarbonisation, spanning a variety of private and public sector roles including banking, Government advisory and strategic consulting. Her experience across the agenda, including assessing climate risk, working in the global carbon markets (both compliance and voluntary) and advising on renewable energy and energy efficiency investments, combine to enable a holistic view of how climate change can deliver risk and opportunities in the transition to a low carbon economy.
Partner | Global Head of ESG Strategy, Transformation and Implementation KPMG in the UK
Simon co-leads our Climate Risk & Strategy team – helping clients understand the physical and transition risks that they will face under various climate change scenarios, and the strategy they need to put in place to mitigate these risks as well as to take advantage of any opportunities arising. Simon also advises clients on the regulatory requirements of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).
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