The last two years have been unlike anything we have experienced before. Our world is now more complex and volatile than ever. In PwC, we have responded with The New Equation. Our global strategy to address the two distinct but interconnected challenges that every organisation faces: to build trust and deliver sustained outcomes for all its stakeholders.
Measuring our impact on the environment and in alignment with PwC’s global commitment to achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, we are transforming our business model to decarbonise our value chain, increase transparency, and support the development of robust ESG reporting frameworks and standards.
In PwC Greece Sustainability Report you will find specific information on how our Sustainability strategy and programmes evolved during FY20 and FY21. I am grateful of what we have accomplished as a firm in Greece through challenging times and the impact we have made in the market and the society.
In PwC, our purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems and to this end, our sustainability strategy is critical. We believe in sharing PwC’s greatest asset – the skills, knowledge and talent of our people – to build trust, drive change and support the development of communities and society.
Our contribution to society is based on our belief that everyone should be able to live, learn, work and participate in the digital world. This became even more significant during the pandemic eruption which brought the need for digital upskilling of all levels of society. The report describes our actions and initiatives, amongst them our support to the Greek Government on the Covid-19 national vaccination programme.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), adopted by the 193 United Nations (UN) member states, are 17 goals which address economic, environmental and social impacts, and are designed to form a blueprint for good growth by 2030.
We’re proud to have been a signatory to the UN Global Compact (UNGC) since 2002 and are deeply committed to its mission to support companies to operate responsibly in line with the ten principles and take strategic action in advancing the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
This is PwC Greece’s fourth Sustainability Report. It has been conducted in accordance with the GRI Standards: Core option. The report has been compiled and written by PwC Greece’s Corporate Sustainability function. PwC Greece’s ESG, Sustainability and Climate Change Services Group has assisted in the adherence of this report according to the GRI standards.
Vivian Ino Tsamadou
Senior Manager, PwC Greece
Tel: +30 210 6874613