Business leaders across the world must respond to environmental and social changes.
Business leaders across the world must respond to environmental and social change.
Business leaders across the world must respond to environmental and social changes: from population growth, urbanisation and expanding wealth to resource scarcity, declining ecosystems and climate change.
If a company is to successfully manage the risks and opportunities of these
changes and build a business that is sustainable in the long term, it needs to
go on a journey.
The Journey to a Sustainable Business Model
At KPMG in Denmark, we work with organistions on that journey. Our team of sustainability specialists can support you from start to finish or at specific points on the journey where you need help the most.
We advise on how to build long-term business value in a rapidly changing world where the disconnect between corporate and societal value creation is disappearing.
Building long-term value begins with analysis of an organisation's situation in relation to environmental and social trends.
A number of fundamentals have to be in place in order to implement
the sustainability strategy effectively.
Sustainability reporting is standard practice in business wherever in the world you may operate.
Briefing document on UN COP21
KPMG has produced Boardroom Questions on the COP21 climate talks (Paris, December 2015). The document provides a simple, easy-read summary of COP21 and its relevance to business.