Without real and lasting global action, average temperatures are predicted to increase by more than two degrees Celsius, a threshold at which scientists believe potentially irreversible environmental changes will occur. While progress has been made, the reality is that current rates of decarbonisation are less than half what is needed to achieve two degrees.
Healthy ecosystems are critical to healthy economies. Yet the world’s current economic model is pushing beyond the limits of the planet’s ability to cope. To better understand our environment commitment across the globe, our work with clients and how we are managing our own impact click below.
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PwC's Environment Commitment | Duration 01:08
While driving efficiency to reduce our absolute carbon impact, we commit to offsetting air travel emissions from FY19 and to sourcing 100% renewables for our electricity consumption and offsetting residual energy use by FY22.
Our commitment covers nearly 90% of global revenue at the end of FY19, with all of our 21 Strategy Council territories and a number of our member firms all working towards our commitment.
1. Source: PwC internal data
Global Corporate Responsibility Leader, PwC Australia
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