Environment: In the community 2007/2008

DTT member firms have a long tradition of actively supporting the communities where their professionals live and work. Each year thousands of Deloitte employees around the world participate in various activities to support their communities and DTT member firms contribute financial and pro-bono support to develop and sustain local communities. Below are select examples of DTT and member firm activities that promote environmental responsibility:

Sponsorships, donations, and charity

  • Deloitte UK has forged a strategic relationship with the Walker Institute at the University of Reading. The Institute is working on the science of climate and climate change, providing leading scientific thinking including substantial contributions to the Stern and Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Reports. Deloitte UK is sponsoring a research fellowship at the Walker Institute and a number of lectures in the belief that by working with leading climate change scientists, the member firm can provide the best advice to clients in an uncertain and rapidly changing area.

Pro bono services and volunteering

  • Deloitte Philippine s spent IMPACT Day 2008 visiting La Mesa Ecopark, part of the La Mesa Watershed, which is the primary drinking water source for about 12 million Manila residents. Member firm professionals planted trees, toured the Ecopark, visited the vermicompost area and the plant nursery, and participated in the eco-race activity, which encouraged environmental concern in fun and exciting ways.

 Environment 
At DTT member firms
In the community
Working with clients
Contributions to the public debate

 Anti-corruption 
At DTT member firms
In the community
Working with clients
Contributions to the public debate

 Human Rights 
At DTT member firms
In the community
Working with clients
Contributions to the public debate

 Labor Rights 
At DTT member firms
In the community
Working with clients
Contributions to the public debate

 Partnerships and the role of business in society 
2007/2008 examples

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