We are excited to launch our new Chapter Zero Fellow programme, which will help us provide quality events and content to our members.
As a crucial year for climate ambition draws to an end, Karen Hoffa, Programme Manager at Chapter Zero, highlights our new resources and reflects on the progress we’ve made this year in helping our members bring climate ambition to the boardroom.
The COP26 climate conference in Glasgow kept the goal of 1.5 alive – but only just. What’s next for business, and what are the key takeaways for NEDs?
To ensure that board directors across the UK are equipped to lead crucial boardroom discussions on the impacts of climate change, we have formed a new partnership with the Institute of Directors (IoD).
Boards must put climate transition at the heart of corporate strategy, says the Climate Governance Initiative – an international network of more than 100,000 board directors that includes Chapter Zero.
It’s time to make net zero a reality – with COP26 imminent the conversation is turning from ambition to action. We focus on the power of the boardroom in the finale of our Financial Times advert series.
Building on interviews with more than 400 companies, the Goal 13 Impact Platform and report show how businesses around the world are planning to achieve net zero.
How do nature loss and climate change connect, and how should boards be responding? Building on a recent discussion with sustainability committee chairs, Emily Auckland, Programme Director at Chapter Zero, summarises the advice from experts.
What can non-executive directors expect from COP26, and how can they progress their companies’ climate ambitions? Julia Hawkins, Chapter Zero Programme Director, summarises her main takeaways from a Chapter Zero event with HSBC Chair Mark Tucker and Nicola Brewer, non-executive director at Iberdrola SA.
If you want to get involved with the events taking place around COP26, here are our suggestions for where to get started – whether you’re watching online or attending the conference in person.