KPMG in the UK's Climate Change and Sustainability Services (CC&S) practice is part of a global network of professionals that has been providing sustainability and climate change services that deliver value to our clients for more than 20 years.
KPMG's view is three dimensional; blending commercial, sustainable and responsible business. After all, people won't want to work for, or with an unsustainable, irresponsible or commercially unviable, organisation.
KPMG has helped many clients to link corporate responsibility activity to strategy and organisational control functions across their organisations. We provide assessments of the risks and opportunities associated with climate change, including societal and regulatory trend analysis and competitor benchmarking. We advise on regulatory compliance and provide assurance over non-financial sustainability information for both private and public domain purposes.
Climate change and sustainability are very important issues in the public sector. We work extensively across central and local government, health education and housing on sustainability issues and sustainable development. We apply our services across these sectors, drawing on our extensive understanding and experience of each. In the current financial environment our services are focussed on applying business rigour to challenges such as minimising cost and risk from the CRC energy efficiency scheme, and helping develop the options for funding and delivery vehicles for energy efficiency and renewable infrastructure.
Organisations operate today in the face of a multiplicity of stakeholders. In this environment KPMG competencies come to the fore - strategic insight, operational understanding and quality decision making.
The Climate Change & Sustainability Services practice structures its offering via three core areas: