Today, more than ever, businesses need to manage emerging sustainability risks, identify new opportunities within the market, communicate with stakeholders to build trust, and make better informed decisions that go beyond traditional approaches. Our sustainability practice can help your organisation to plan, source, deliver, finance and measure your wider impact.
Malta has launched its first National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP) to 2030 which focuses on the five following areas: decarbonisation, energy efficiency, energy security, internal energy market, and research, innovation and competitiveness. It aims to achieve the following objectives:
In this context, our PwC’s sustainability practice is helping businesses by making them more resilient and sustainable.
Today more than ever, our clients need to:
Communicate and build trust by understanding, managing and reporting social and environmental impacts.
Making better-informed decisions to create value and move beyond traditional approaches.
We can help you address these challenges and create value by:
Creating the strategy and business case to help clients be sustainability driven.
Understanding impacts and working with clients to quantify these to better inform their decisions.
Adapting clients’ structures, policies, processes or systems to help them achieve purpose and business goals.
Assisting clients with reporting non-financial information to meet stakeholder needs.
Assuring non-financial data and information to help clients gain stakeholders’ trust.
We’ve been working with many organisations to help them embark on their sustainability journey:
Since 2016 we've been assisting Malta International Airport with the compilation of their Sustainability Report and have provided assurance on a large number of key performance indicators relating to various environmental, social and economic matters.
Since 2018 we've been assisting a large local transport operator with reporting a number of environmental and social information, providing limited assurance in this regard.
We've assisted other listed entities with understanding the impact of Directive 2014/94/EU on the mandatory disclosure of material non-financial information and assisted them in the compilation of information to be disclosed.