Resources

Resources

The resources below have been developed or collated to provide non-executive directors with a knowledge hub which brings together relevant materials from regulators, standard setters and other content creators.

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Board Toolkit
To help drive conversations in your boardrooms we have developed a climate change Board Toolkit. Click HERE to access it.
Videos
  • We have collaborated with ICAEW and Deloitte to produce nine short films introducing the challenge of climate change to the citizen and to business. To view these visit: deloitte.co.uk/climatechange
  • Our Planet: Our Business – a version of David Attenborough’s Our Planet (Netflix) has been edited for a business audience by the WWF and our partner ICAEW. It features scientific, business and political leaders who share their thoughts about the cumulative loss of nature worldwide, including the impact on businesses should nature collapse. Michael Izza, CEO of ICAEW, launched the film with a speech showing the ICAEW’s commitment to using its huge reach – 150,000 chartered accountants worldwide – to take a lead in tackling the issue.

Our Planet: Our Business [Video] 

PDF  Michael Izza’s launch speech summary [Link]

  • Videos (and 5-Minute Read Key Takeaways) from a 4-part Climate Crisis series, run by The Deloitte Academy, in collaboration with Chapter Zero, the UK Chapter of the World Economic Forum (WEF) Climate Governance Initiative:

1. Climate Crisis Briefing – Bringing climate change on to the board agenda event (13 September 2019).

The speakers were Simon Thompson, Chair of Rio Tinto PLC and 3i Group PLC, Emily Farnworth, Head of Climate Change at WEF, Emma Howard Boyd, Chair of the Environment Agency, and Susan Hooper, non-executive director of Rank Group, Uber UK, Affinity Water and Wizz Air.

Climate Crisis series event one [Video] 

PDF  Climate Crisis series event one [PDF]

2. Climate Crisis Briefing – climate change risks and opportunities, scenario analysis and strategy (14 October 2019).

The speakers were Richard Gillingwater, Chair of SSE, Daniel Klier, Global Head of Sustainable Finance at HSBC, and Karina Litvack, Non-executive Director at Eni S.p.A (plus an expert panel).

Climate Crisis series event [Video]

 Climate Crisis series event two [PDF]PDF

3. Climate Crisis Briefing – Financial statement impact and narrative reporting in the annual report event (6 December 2019).

Our keynote speakers were Sarah Breeden, Executive Director of the Prudential Regulation Authority at the Bank of England, Judith Batchelar OBE, Director of Sainsbury’s Brand and Veronica Poole, Global IFRS Leader at Deloitte. The event described the impact of climate and why it is relevant to the Bank of England, as well as disclosure expectations, how practitioners are responding and the auditor’s view.

Climate Crisis series event [Video]

PDFClimate Crisis series event four [Summary] 

 

 

 

 

Glossary of terms

A resource to help NEDs get comfortable with climate change related jargon. Click here.

 

 

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