Sustainability & Climate Change in the aftermath of COP15
Climate change and sustainability in the aftermath of COP15
Businesses must be ready for a year of climate change legislation that will have significant impact on business strategy, operations, financial statements, risk management and compliance.
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It is expected that 2010 will be a critical year for climate change legislation. As such, businesses must be ready for a year of climate change legislation that will have significant impact on business strategy, operations, financial statements, risk management and compliance.
This podcast will offer insight as to what opportunities and challenges await businesses in a post-Copenhagen world and how organizations can best prepare for the likely changes in the business and regulatory environment.
- What were the outcomes of the Copenhagen conference?
- What are the likely implications of the Copenhagen Accord on business operations and strategy?
- How will the Copenhagen Accord impact investment and innovation?
- What should businesses do to prepare for likely changes?
Nick Main, Global Managing Partner, Climate Change & Sustainability, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited
This podcast is part of the inaugural edition of "The Global Shift" series, part of Deloitte Global Insights. The Global Shift series will be updated every quarter, identifying the issues that are driving the global economic and business agenda in the midst of a significant shift in the global environment.