As part of the process for developing a climate plan the board needs to consider whether the organisation currently has the structures, systems and culture needed to deliver it. This may raise challenges like skills gaps, as well as opportunities to engage employees in different ways. The board should also consider how your plans are communicated and how this is managed on an ongoing basis.
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Change Management Toolkit
Structured around three phases in any organisation’s climate change journey, our Change Management Toolkit is designed to help non-executive directors educate themselves on the business implications of climate change. It provides principles and frameworks that you can use to help design and implement a business response.
Understanding where your business is in relation to its peers can be useful when considering your climate plans. There is a lot that can be learned from others.
The A List 2020
The business world shows growing environmental awareness, despite the unprecedented challenges faced in 2020. CDP’s latest report lists the 300+ companies leading the way to a more sustainable future.
Climate Action 100+ 2020 progress report
Half the focus companies of investor engagement initiative Climate Action 100+ have now established commitments to reach net zero emissions by 2050 or sooner, but gaps remain.
The 10th Annual Sustainability Reporting Performance of the FTSE 100
Examine what progress is being made towards net zero in the FTSE100 in Ecoact’s report that presents the latest climate reporting trends and sustainability leader boards.
The Responsibility100 Index
See the FTSE100 companies ranked on their commitment to key social, environmental and ethical objectives, inspired by the UN Sustainable Development Goals, in this index by Tortoise and Teneo.