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Looking to a low-carbon future

KPMG’s new Sustainable Futures division aims to help Irish businesses and public sector organisations make the shift to a more environmentally friendly economic model

31st May, 2020
Russell Smyth of KPMG’s Sustainable Futures, which will help businesses deliver on climate change and sustainability goals

More than three-quarters (76 per cent) of CEOs surveyed recently by KPMG said that their organisation’s growth will depend on their ability to navigate the shift to a low-carbon, clean-technology economy, said partner and head of KPMG’s Sustainable Futures, Russell Smyth.

Sustainable business practices offer new revenue opportunities driven by strong demand for low-emission and sustainable products and services. A sustainable transition for businesses can deliver positive results and create long-term value.


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