All companies need to be considering their role in addressing climate change and transitioning to a sustainable future. Boards can and should play a key role in setting the right agenda, and board members need to be equipped with the right knowledge and support.Ruth Cairnie
Partnering with the Centre for Climate Engagement at Cambridge University, the CBI, the ICAEW, the Carbon Trust, the Institute of Directors, and the Royal Institution enables us to bring the latest thinking on climate change and its business implications to our community.
In addition to our six partner organisations, we are very grateful for the help and support of the following organisations:
In January 2022, we joined with a group of leading board search and advisory firms to help ensure that companies recruit climate competent non-executive directors. These firms have committed to raise the issues of sustainability and specifically the board’s climate change capabilities with every board client and candidate, and to assess every chair and non-executive director candidate for their competence on climate change issues. Read the full declaration.