Turning the dial on building a sustainable business

The climate change agenda is evolving for organisations, and this affects professional services firms such as PwC and the services they offer

24th April, 2021
Turning the dial on building a sustainable business
Joe Tynan, partner at PwC: ‘As a firm, we are very conscious of minimising our environmental footprint’

“Building a truly sustainable business is a priority at PwC,” said Joe Tynan, partner at PwC. “There is growing societal pressure from employees and business stakeholders to demonstrate more meaningful action around sustainability and wider ESG (environmental, social, governance) issues and we are committed to playing our part in achieving a low-carbon economy. It is not just good for business, it is the right thing to do.”

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